Michigan Kroger stores will sell CBD products

Cornelia Mascio
Giugno 12, 2019

MI is one of 17 states where Kroger stores will add CBD lotions, balms, oils and creams to their shelves this week.

Earlier this year, Michigan's regulatory agency that oversees marijuana, the Bureau of Marijuana Regulation, announced that CBD products would not be regulated as marijuana if the THC content is below.3% - that move has allowed for a growing market of CBD products.

Kroger is the latest retailer to get into the CBD business. Hemp and marijuana both come from the cannabis plant family. "Plus, Texans are now free to use CBD without fear of arrest", Fazio said in a statement. According to Hurst, there will be a limited selection of hemp-derived CBD topical products that have been reviewed for quality and safety.

Many believe CBD has healing properties, but it has no THC, which in marijuana creates a high.

Kroger stores in MI will begin carrying CBD products this week as the grocery chain becomes the latest retailer to tap into the trendy alternative remedy.

Although production of industrial hemp is legal and regulated by the U.S. Agriculture Department, the Food and Drug Administration does not recognize CBD as an ingredient generally regarded as safe.

The grocery chain's corporate affairs manager for its MI division, Rachel Hurst, said the company will begin the rollout this week in 17 states, according to The Detroit News.

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