HempNewsBreaks – HempFusion Expands Footprint to Over 500 New Stores Across the US

HempFusion(R), a leading hemp/CBD company in the United States with distribution of its family of brands to over 3,900 retailers across 47 states, on Thursday announced significant expansion of its brick and mortar distribution to over 500 new stores. According to the update, the expanded footprint includes premium retailers such as Sprouts Farmers Market, ShopRite, Heinen’s Grocery Store, Better Health, Harmons Grocery, and over 100 new independent natural retailers in addition to an expanded product offering in the Vitamin Shoppe. “We are incredibly excited to add additional premier retail partners to our existing national distribution footprint in Q3, 2019,” Jason Mitchell, N.D., HempFusion President and co-founder said in the news release. “This will allow more consumers to easily locate and purchase our premium Whole Food Hemp Complex(TM) CBD products from established and trusted brick and mortar locations nationwide.”

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About HempFusion

HempFusion is a premium hemp-based cannabidiol (“CBD”) wellness company with distribution of its family of brands to over 3,900 retailers across 47 US states. The company is engaged in the advancement of industrial hemp extract and strives to maintain the highest level of compliance in the industry. HempFusion’s wide variety of 25+ CBD products with a full spectrum of cannabinoids are sourced from quality phytocompounds manufactured under cGMP standards designed to attain efficacy and safety. HempFusion’s primary focus is formulating and marketing premium consumer-specific product lines with various delivery methods, across multiple distribution platforms. The company’s CBD products are based on a proprietary Whole Food Hemp Complex(TM) and are available through independently owned and national chain health food stores, or by visiting www.HempFusion.com.

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