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The Food and Drug Administration has said CBD food and health products are illegal without the agency’s approval.
Curaleaf Holdings Inc. said late Wednesday that CVS Health Corp. will carry its line of CBD products, an important deal for the U.S. cannabis retailer that could put its CBD products in front of many more Americans.
Executives on Curaleaf’s earnings conference call said CVS would begin to carry its Curaleaf Hemp lotions and transdermal patches — which include items with cannabidiol, commonly known as CBD — in 800 stores across 10 states in the U.S. Chief Executive Joe Lusardi said Wednesday that the products would be available by Friday through the CVS website.
Curaleaf CURLF, +3.44% shares ended Wednesday’s session at $6.86, giving it a market capitalization of more than $3 billion; the company’s shares do not trade after hours. CVSCVS, -1.63% shares were down less than 0.1% in extended trading after the announcement.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has said that CBD remains a drug ingredient and as a result is illegal to add to food and health products. CBD, which is derived from the cannabis plant, is considered by many to be non-psychoactive, unlike its fellow cannabinoid, tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC.