The idea behind the robotic dispensers is to add interest and save time for customers and staff. With the American CBD industry on the rise – it’s currently valued at a whopping $1 billion – it makes sense that retailers are exploring new ways to deliver products to shoppers.
Camilla recently paid a visit to Swiss Cottage farmers’ market in North London, where she spoke about CBD oil and even tried a sample of a hemp oil, which is of course CBD-free but comes from the seeds of the cannabis plant. Her verdict? ‘Delicious’.
Deliveroo – which as most Brits already know is a food and drink delivery service, using cyclists couriers to bring you take aways in minutes – is set to deliver CBD infused soft drinks alongside more traditional orders.
If you’ve ever wanted to know more about CBD, or to try free samples, we’ve got some good news! This winter, Elixinol will be taking to the floor of London’s Westfield shopping centre, in a purpose-built pop up stall.
A recent study by Green Entrepreneur shows that an ever-increasing interest in healthier living is leading consumers away from smokable forms of CBD such as vapes and towards products such as edibles.
Nowhere is the new health trend more apparent than in London, where café culture is at its best and the selection of coffees, cakes and cocktails featuring CBD is beyond compare.
Yes, if you live in the Midlands, you can now go wild in the aisles as you browse the shelves packed full of products infused with Californian CBD at Green Machine.