Despite Hot Sales, US CBD Market’s Image Problem Cools Growth, Survey Suggests
US CBD consumers say scams and quality control are greatest concerns, and newer users are most concerned, according to a survey of 780 participants by Bigeye. Results also shed light on factors that could be keeping consumers from trying the products.
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