The World's Unsexiest Business
adding a little sizzle to the convenience store industry
Cannabidiol or CBD oil seems to have claimed a stake to the cannabis market in a way that other products with a similar look and feel haven't. Or so that is being indicated by the growing number of convenience retailers carrying the product on none other than 'spec'. Boosting its retail budding omnipresence, customers are asking for it alongside vendors willing to part with product shipments on a flexible consignment basis.
Though the ultimate medicinal benefit may be dubiously multitudinous, the mere association to marijuana along with a strong credibility inducing marketing push may just be enough to sway even the most skeptical buyers. After all, we're now living in the United States of Tokemerica.
Let's just be clear on one thing: marijuana in its original, synthesized, or veiled form isn't a cure-all. Nor was it ever meant to be. It's merely a supplementary aid among many.
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We're already getting a decent number of vendors stopping by to leave some small batches of product gratis. Similar to the Kraetom craze that swept through a handful of our stores, this may be the killer sales product of 2018 that separates strategically marketed stores from their kindergarten counterparts.