Las Vegas, NV — via NewMediaWire — Hemp, Inc. (OTC PINK: HEMP), one of the global leaders on the forefront of the industrial hemp industry, is pleased to announce that its King of Hemp® full product line is now represented by Ecowellness, LLC, a long-time distributor of health and wellness products. Ecowellness, LLC’s Chief Executive Officer, Elena Orque, expanded its operations to include retail sales at Prevail Marketplace LLC, a farmers market serving Henderson, Nevada (on the outskirts of Las Vegas). This additional geographical footprint in Nevada puts Hemp, Inc.’s King of Hemp® brand in front of the farmer’s market niche, known for facilitating personal connections and bonds of mutual benefits between farmers, loyal and repeat shoppers, and the communities in which they live.
Orque says her company has a growing base of customers who are focused on fitness, health and wellness and are seeking the highest quality natural solutions available in the marketplace. Orque witnessed a friend’s steady sale of CBD products in her stores, plus received so much encouragement from her community partners, that she decided to become a retailer. It didn’t take long for Orque to see the benefits and potential lucrative opportunities in the hemp market so she began adding premium hemp-derived products to her inventory. “I’m committed to bringing high quality CBD/CBG products to family-friendly farmers markets for community residents to enjoy,” said Orque.
According to Jim Hancock, President of Hemp, Inc., “This long-term partnership will marry Ecowellness, LLC’s new customer reach through farmers markets with the prestigious King of Hemp® brand’s product selection and exceptional quality. Both Ecowellness, LLC and Hemp, Inc. share a passion for innovation, integrity and a pioneering customer experience. With a shared commitment to serving and celebrating their customers, this powerful partnership is yet another long-term lucrative business relationship.”
In an article published by Sustainable America, “the number of farmers markets in the United States has grown by 76 percent since 2008. There are now 8,268 markets listed in the USDA’s National Farmers Market Directory – that’s one market for every 38,000 people.” This gives Hemp, Inc. a greater customer reach for its King of Hemp® product line.
The King of Hemp® product line includes:
King of Hemp® Gummies – These CBD edibles come in a variety of flavors and potencies of 25 gm, 20 gm and 10 gm. Flavors include blue raspberry, kiwi, strawberry, pineapple, guava, tropical, apple, citrus, berry tang and more. CBD Fruit Rings (20 gm and 10 gm) are available in apple, peach and watermelon. King of Hemp® Sour Bears in assorted flavors (10 gm) are in stock, too.
King of Hemp® Caviar (previously called Moon Rocks) offers high CBD potency and a rich taste. The Caviar is made from high-quality Bubba Kush hemp flower, coated in a THC-free distillate and then rolled in CBG-rich kief. While Caviar can be smoked in a pipe or vaped, it should not be rolled into a cigarette.
King of Hemp® Diamonds contain over 95% CBD and are derived from terpene-infused THC-free distillate. Diamonds are consumed by dabbing.
The robustly flavored King of Hemp® Pre-Rolls are made from organic, pesticide-free Bubba Kush hemp wrapped in RAW Natural Rolling Paper. The unique wrapper is made from 100% plants with no added chalk or dyes. Pre-Rolls are sold online as singles and in a six-pack.
Fortified Pre-Rolls utilize the King of Hemp® Pre-Roll and cover it with a high-CBD distillate and help kief. These highly potent, flavorful pre-rolls are recommended for experienced smokers.
Midnight Express, a high CBG Pre-Roll, is made from premium hemp flowers, named in honor of the 1977 book by Billy Hayes ‘Midnight Express’, which was also an award-winning feature film, written by Oliver Stone. Hemp, Inc. uses a proprietary process for its Pre-Rolls, which includes blending the best flower from numerous hemp crops. King of Hemp® Pre-Rolls offer smokers a unique, consistent profile every time.
King of Hemp® Tinctures are currently sold out, but new-formulation tinctures will be available at the King of Hemp® online store and at retail locations very soon.
Ecowellness, LLC will be at the Prevail Marketplace farmers market, with the full King of Hemp® product line every Tuesday from 9am to 2pm EST at Cornerstone Park, 1600 Wigwam Parkway, Henderson, NV, 89074. Other vendors there include: Black Market Veggies; Desert Poppy; Dig it Coffee; Elderberry Fairy; I Am Skincare; MoHave Mushrooms; Red Stone Pasta; Pahrump Honey Company; Russell Candle Company; The Herbal Healing Shop, and more. With such a diverse line up of quality vendors in one location, there’s always high foot traffic.
If you’re not in the Henderson area to shop at Ecowellness, conveniently shop online 24/7 at www.kingofhempusa.com for all King of Hemp® CBG/CBD products. Hemp, Inc.’s King of Hemp® product line is also available at retail locations in Arizona, Florida, California and Michigan. While Hemp, Inc. is expanding the geographical footprint of its King of Hemp® brand to retailers across the country, the Company is also on a mission to be a powerhouse of social change and economic revival and sustainability through strategic acquisitions.
Hemp, Inc.’s Recent Acquisitions
Hemp, Inc. just had its second major acquisition in less than three months. In the all-stock transaction, Hemp, Inc. acquired full ownership of American Sustainable Rubber Company, LLC (ASR). This specific acquisition will enable Hemp, Inc. to leverage ASR’s proprietary intellectual property to improve its hemp grows and harvesting. The first acquisition was acquiring Ferris Holding, Inc., a leading co-packer and manufacturer based in Las Vegas, Nevada. To read more on how these strategic acquisitions are positioning the Company for long-term profitable growth, click here.
WHAT IS HEMP, INC.?
With a deep-rooted social and environmental mission at its core, Hemp, Inc. seeks to build a business constituency for the American small hemp farmer, the American veteran, and other groups experiencing the ever-increasing disparity between tapering income and soaring expenses. The Company is on a mission to be a powerful engine for social change and economic revival, worldwide, by providing hemp products that are eco-friendly, sustainable and healthy. Hemp, Inc. executives believe there can be tangible benefits reaped from adhering to a corporate social responsibility plan.
FORWARD-LOOKING DISCLAIMER AND DISCLOSURES
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