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In CBD Market, Endo Supplements At Whole Foods, Axim Plans Oral Care Line

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Emerald Health Therapeutics has Whole Foods Markets carrying its products while Diamond CBD pitches its line to CVS Health. Axim Biotechnologies plans to explore production of CBD-based toothpaste as first product under recently patented formulation.

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