Sunday, August 14, 2022

3 Retail Giants Will Carry Products From This Cannabis Company

American Cannabis Company, a Denver-based consulting and ancillary marijuana products firm, signed a distribution deal to sell cultivation-related products through Walmart, The Home Depot and Amazon.

The two products approved for sale will be available online, not in the brick-and-mortar locations. SoHum Living Soils is a potting soil designed primarily for cannabis but can be used for other vegetation. “Dr. Marijane Root Probiotic is a soil additive.

“ACC is excited to have the opportunity to offer our products online through these major retailers. We are especially excited to be selling our proprietary SoHum Living Soils potting mix through these online channels, as we have spent years perfecting our blend, and fine-tuning the messaging around the brand itself,” CEO Terry Buffalo said in a statement.

“We are also proud to be offering Dr. Marijane Root Probiotic on these online platforms. This root probiotic is packed with all the beneficial microbes you need to awaken the nutrients in your soil or soil-less (hydroponic) medium,” Buffalo added.

According to Buffalo, his company will continue to evaluate other online retail platforms to sell its product line.

This is not the first soil company interested in reaching the cannabis farmer.

Scotts Miracle-Gro CEO Jim Hagedorn has been championing the cannabis cause the last few years.  “I think we have a good vision on where we want to go with it that doesn’t freak out my board or my lawyers. And I’m really pleased with that,” Hagedorn said in 2o16. “We have ideas on how we can be good stewards of these businesses and really become essential partners to the community of people who use these products, one.”

Scott’s Miracle-Gro increased its lobbying in the first half of 2017 by 250 percent compared to the first half of 2016. The company, known for its lawn and garden products, is now capitalizing on marijuana by developing new products to improve cannabis growth.


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