Good Hemp launches UK’s first plant-based CBD milk

By Dan Colombini contact

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The UK CBD market is already worth over £250m and consumer interest in the benefits of cannabidiol products is at an all-time high.
The UK CBD market is already worth over £250m and consumer interest in the benefits of cannabidiol products is at an all-time high.

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Healthy food firm Good Hemp has announced the launch of the first cannabidiol (CBD) plant-based milk in the UK.

The first product, Good Hemp CBD Barista Seed Milk will be on shelves in November. This will be followed shortly by Good Hemp CBD Seed Milk and Good Hemp CBD Chocolate Seed Milk.

The milk contains just six ingredients – the five ingredients found in the existing Barista Seed Milk, alongside 60mg of full spectrum CBD, providing approximately 7.5mg per serve.

The use of hemp and CBD in the manufacturing of food and drinks is currently on the rise, with many highlighting the potential benefits to treat sleep and mood functions, aid concentration, treat anxiety, lower blood pressure and relieve pain.

All-time high

With the UK CBD market already worth over £250m and consumer interest in the benefits of cannabidiol products at an all-time high, we decided now was the perfect time to introduce our CBD hemp milk​,” said managing director David Shaw.

Hemp milk is a natural pairing for CBD, also hemp-derived, and together they create a delicious milk which can be consumed by dairy and non-dairy drinkers to enhance their overall wellbeing​.

With people more concerned than ever with their personal health and the impact of their lifestyle on the planet, it is vital that we continue to offer people sustainable, healthy options​.

Our goal is to make the health benefits of CBD and hemp easily accessible to everyone in a delicious way, while bringing trust to the category​.”

Following the recent £9m purchase of Love Hemp to additional new product launches, Food Manufacture​ has recently taken look at the latest updates in the use of CBD in the food and drink sector.

 

 

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