It might seem like a simple coffee shop in a South Austin parking lot. But Radix House, which opened up on Halloween night, is no simple coffee shop.
Coffee Holding Co., Inc. (Nasdaq: JVA) (the “Company” or “Coffee Holding”), a leading integrated wholesale coffee roaster and dealer in the United States, announced that the Company has entered into binding agreements (the “Agreement”) to become a 49% owner in The Jordre Well, LLC (“The Jordre Well”), a cannabidiol (“CBD”) beverage company…
From: globenewswire.com Coffee Holding Co., Inc. (Nasdaq: JVA) (the “Company”
From: apnews.com WUHAN GENERAL GROUP, INC. (OTC PINK: WUHN ) (“Wuhan” or
Hakuna Subsidiary has boosted its CBD product output by 300%-500% with more expansion capabilities and new equipment installed in its Clean Room. The wholly owned Products Group Inc. DBA/Hakuna Supply, a well established retail CBD company, has grown its Nespresso Capsule production…
Emily Barton speaks fast, is a mother of nine, and goes by the nickname Sweetz. She’s also the owner of Sweetz Cold Brew Coffee Co., located just north of downtown Gilbert. Barton started making cold brew coffee at home several years ago, after a doctor told her husband to cut out coffee, among other things. Cold brew has 67 percent less acid, so she bought some beans and started experimenting. Soon, her husband was drinking cold brew like it was iced tea, and her residence slowly was becoming a makeshift coffee shop.
Available in Black, Mexican Chocolate and Vanilla flavors, each 8 fl. oz can of Soul Grind is comprised of organic cold brew with 100mg caffeine and 10mg broad-spectrum hCBD – a delicate formula deliberately designed to balance the energizing effects of caffeine with calming hCBD.
From: al.com Two titans of Alabama’s beverage business are teaming
“[With cannabis] we have different products that target different consumer groups at different price points, so with beverage we are following that same trend,” Cuvelier said. “We believe we can develop a portfolio of infused beverages that target different consumers at different need states.”
A well known Portland-based coffeehouse has settled a trademark infringement lawsuit that it filed last year against a Utah company that was using the acronym CBD to promote and sell its coffee products.