Clothing retail giant, Abercrombie & Fitch, has entered a deal to sell Green Growth Brands’ Seventh Sense Botanical Therapy brand CBD products in more than 160 stores following a trial in ten stores earlier this year. Products to be sold include CBD body lotions, muscle balms, lip balms and sugar scrubs. It is a big boost to Green Growth and is their second biggest wholesale agreement deal since the passing of the Agriculture Act late last year.
“Abercrombie & Fitch understands how to connect with their target-customer, not just in the U.S. but across the globe,” said Green Growth Brands CEO, Peter Horvath.
“They have incredible brand recognition in our current target markets and beyond, and we are excited at the prospect of building our partnership together.”
125-year old Abercrombie & Fitch operates in more than 250 locations and also owns another leading clothing retailer, Hollister. Green Growth boasts the strongest sales per square feet in the US cannabis industry and is expanding its cannabis operations throughout the country. It recently entered a deal to establish a CBD presence at ShopSeventhSense.com, in malls across the country and at DSW shoe stores.
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