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UK Retailers Take Divergent Paths With CBD Enforcement On Horizon

Executive Summary

Predicted to be worth at least half a billion dollars by the end of the year, the UK's CBD market shows no sign of slowing down. However, regulatory and consumer confusion is distributing the benefits of this growth unevenly, and holding back mass market retailers from leaning in fully, according to a HBW Insight analysis. 

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