When the U.S. Congress and President passed the Farm Bill in December, the agricultural community celebrated, but the financial media mostly buried the headline, discounting its impact on the stock market. This was a big mistake, as the Farm Bill is already providing a boost to important sectors of the economy.
Decriminalizing the purchase, sale, and consumption of hemp on a federal level means that businesses are free to generate revenues from products infused with cannabidiol, or CBD. This is a very popular ingredient in foods and drinks, and it’s known for its anti-anxiety and anti-inflammatory effects.
Out of the estimated $1.9 billion in U.S. hemp-based product sales by 2022, the biggest category will be CBD products:
Most people would prefer to take their CBD in a form that tastes good and is easy to obtain – for example, if they could get it in a beverage that’s sold in stores or online. A familiar format like a nutritional drink, easily available in a broad network of brick-and-mortar and online outlets, would be a formula for strong sales and revenues in the CBD market.
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Now that the Farm Bill has passed, there are absolutely no roadblocks to massive sales because the CBD market is as strong as it’s ever been. Millennials and other demographic segments of the North American population are buying hemp-based products in huge quantities now that it’s 100% legal.
If you’re looking to profit from this exciting development in the hemp industry, I’d like to recommend a healthy beverage company with a distribution network of more than 2,000 brick-and-mortar retail locations across the U.S. and a strong online presence – and they’ve got a line of CBD-infused drinks that are flying off the shelves.
The company is called KOIOS Beverage Corp. (CSE: KBEV, OTC: KBEVF) and their beverages leverage the power of nootropics (natural brain-enhancing supplements and other substances) which can provide benefits like increased energy, endurance, and mental clarity – plus, they have a line of CBD-infused beverages for added health benefits.
KOIOS’s distributors include GNC Holdings, which boasts over 6,400 retail locations and is well known as a leading health and wellness brand in North America and globally. Other large-scale distributors include 7-11, Gold’s Gym, Wishing-U-Well, Europa Sports, Muscle Foods USA, and Conoco.
Millennials like to make purchases on their phones, and that’s perfectly fine with KOIOS, as their products are available on Amazon as well as their website, MentalTitan.com. KOIOS also has a partnership with Keef Brands, a division of CanCore Concepts Inc., to manufacture, market, and sell a line of cannabis-infused beverages.
Courtesy: Keef Brands, KOIOS Beverage Corp.
The Farm Bill is history in the making for the American farming community as well as the cannabis legalization movement. We’re pounding the table for KOIOS Beverage Corp. and shares of KBEV/SNOVF for any investor who’s prepared for supercharged gains in the ever-growing CBD and healthy beverages markets.
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