Press Release (ePRNews.com) - LOS ANGELES - Sep 12, 2018 - Green Gorilla™, a leading manufacturer and brand of cannabidiol (CBD) products, will showcase its line of Hemp & Olive™ organic CBD products at the annual Natural Products Expo East industry trade show Sept. 13-15 at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland. Green Gorilla™ will be at booth #6530.
Green Gorilla™ recently launched a new division, Gorilla FarmCo, to plant, grow, harvest and process hemp in the United States for use in Green Gorilla™ products and establish a scalable hemp-growing operation to bring consumers seed-to-shelf certified organic CBD products. The company also just launched the first 100 percent, all natural, botanical, organic CBD balm and lamb freeze-dried dog treats, which are now available online and on retail shelves nationwide.
Green Gorilla™ CBD products are USDA NOP Certified Organic, non-GMO, vegan, paleo, gluten-free, sugar-free and THC free. The Pure CBD Oil products are formulated with organic 99+ percent pure cannabidiol and the Whole Plant Full Spectrum CBD Oils are formulated with 25 percent active cannabidiol along with GG BioEnhanced Complex™, Green Gorilla’s proprietary blend of certified organic botanicals, herbals and essential oils to further optimize bioavailability. The products are then crafted with certified organic extra-virgin olive oil with some of the highest polyphenol counts, making it an optimal courier for CBD. The product line includes supplements, pet care, horse care, topical balm and lip balms.
We have been diligently working to provide consumers with high quality, all natural and organic CBD products made with the finest ingredients and in facilities that use Good Manufacturing Practices. We are giving retailers the products and tools needed to profitably and responsibly bring CBD to their customers.
Green Gorilla™ will also be promoting its premium all organic Whole Plant-Full Spectrum CBD oil supplement and CBD pet care line.
“We have been diligently working to provide consumers with high quality, all natural and organic CBD products made with the finest ingredients and in facilities that use Good Manufacturing Practices,” said Steven Saxton, founder and CEO of Green Gorilla™. “We are giving retailers the products and tools needed to profitably and responsibly bring CBD to their customers.”
Green Gorilla™ is an international brand in the hemp and cannabis industries and a leading manufacturer of cannabidiol (CBD) organic supplements, topical, pet and horse care products using GG BioEnhanced Complex™ for the highest bioavailability. The company markets its supplements and topical products under the brand Hemp & Olive™ and its organic biodynamic agricultural products for the cannabis industry under the Master Grower™ brand. Green Gorilla™ was established in 2013 by founder Steven Saxton. Green Gorilla™ products are sold at 1,000+ retailers in the U.S. and online. More information is available at ILoveGreenGorilla.com, Twitter: @GreenGorillaInc, Instagram: @GreenGorilla, Facebook: /ILoveGreenGorilla, GreenGorilla.com.br (Brazil), GreenGorilla.ca (Canada) and Mastergrower.pro. Third-party lab tests of Green Gorilla™ CBD products are available at ILoveGreenGorilla.com/science.
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