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This State Is At The Center Of The Exploding CBD Trend, According To New Survey

While Florida is not the first state that comes to mind when discussing the cannabis industry and CBD, there have been some interesting developments and cannabis businesses popping up in the area.

A recent survey found that residents of Florida are “at the epicenter of the CBD craze,” primarily those who live in Miami.

The survey was conducted by DankGeek CBD, not the most reliable of sources, but a source nonetheless. The site counted the number of CBD related tweets coming from the U.S. over the span of a month, pairing them with their geographical locations.

While Florida is not the first state that comes to mind when discussing the cannabis industry and CBD, there have been some interesting developments and cannabis businesses popping up in the area. Recently, the state legalized hemp products and is currently working on a regulation plan.

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“Florida has the potential to become the gold standard on hemp — our deep agricultural heritage, climate and resources, and farming infrastructure will make Florida a national leader in this emerging new economy,” Florida’s agricultural commissioner Nikki Reed told the Sun Sentinel

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Miami’s cannabis business scene includes tons of hemp production, Jimmy Buffet’s upcoming cannabis brand and Coldfire Roasters, the only company in the country that specializes in making CBD-infused Cuban coffee. Their drink is called the “cafecito con calma,” which roughly translates to the “take it easy coffee.” What’s a better invention than that?

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