CBD to be Sold in Nearly 5,000 7-Eleven Stores by End of Year

CBD products will be immediately available in hundreds of 7-Elevens across the U.S., with thousands more carrying the products by the end of the year.

Phoenix Tears, a provider of cannabidiol (CBD) products, announced in a press release that it has entered a distribution agreement to introduce its CBD products to hundreds of 7-Eleven stores across the United States. The products are slated to be carried by 4,500 7-Elevens by the end of the year. The company expects to reach over 7,000 stores over the next three years.

“We are excited that 7-Eleven will bring the Phoenix Tears product line to millions of Americans who can benefit from these all-natural, safe, and market-proven health alternative products,” said Janet Rosendahl-Sweeney, founder of Phoenix Tears. “In addition, this agreement confirms our belief that CBD’s status as a mainstream wellness option has arrived. We’re eager to usher in a new era of effective, holistic, hemp-based supplements that are now as easy to buy as stopping by the local convenience store.”

Phoenix Tears offers several hemp-based products that have demonstrated proficiency in addressing a wide range of health-related issues, ranging from stress and anxiety, to inflammation and pain. Since its founding in 2010, Phoenix Tears has been at the forefront of cannabidiol research and is considered a visionary provider of safe and effective CBD products that tangibly improve wellness for some 20,000 individuals around the globe.

Established by Janet Rosendahl-Sweeney, a biologist, engineer, and tireless advocate of CBD products for therapeutic use, Phoenix Tears has created a viable ecosystem of resources to help educate the public on the profound benefits of hemp-derived wellness remedies. The company has a robust go-to-market strategy that includes retailer training, awareness campaigns, and community outreach through relationships with numerous philanthropic organizations.

According to Forbes, the cannabidiol (CBD) market is projected to increase by 700 percent by 2020. Phoenix Tears has been a leader in this sector by providing research, education, and consumer advocacy to help increase the public’s awareness of these products.

Emily Watkins is a PhD student majoring in public policy. Emily has been a freelance editor for numerous websites, and has spent hundreds of hours volunteering to help legalize marijuana. She currently resides in Los Angeles, and can be reached at Watkins.MarijuanaHerald@Gmail.com.

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