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Cannabis Wellness Products Available at the Mall Now
February 13 2019 - Weed To Hit Malls While Luxury Retailer To Sell $13,000 Gold Pipes By Investors Business Daily
Ohio-based cannabis company Green Growth Brands on Monday said it has entered into an agreement to sell more CBD wellness products in malls run by the U.S.' largest mall operator, Simon Property Group (SPG). Marijuana stocks mostly rebounded in afternoon trading in the stock market.
In a separate deal announced Monday, premium-tier apparel and handbag retailer Barneys New York said it would open a "luxury cannabis lifestyle and wellness concept shop" called the High End next month in its Beverly Hills flagship store. The space will offer CBD-infused beauty products alongside sterling silver grinders that cost nearly $1,600 and gold pipes that go for $13,000, according to figures a Barneys representative sent on Tuesday.
The announcements underscore the deepening overlap between traditional retail and marijuana, as more physical-store chains try to give customers a reason to visit. They also come as more mall operators try to make use of vacant square footage.
The Simon Property Group deal, Green Growth Brands said in a release, would help it "further expand its chain of CBD-infused personal care product shops" under its Seventh Sense Botanical Therapy brand name.
The products will appear in shops placed in "prime, center court locations" in more than 100 of Simon's properties nationwide, the company said Tuesday in response to emailed questions. Green Growth also said it wants to bring those CBD shops to areas beyond just Simon Property's malls.
The first shop is expected to open in March at the Castleton Square Mall in Indianapolis, Ind., Green Growth Brands said. The company plans to open other shops later this year.
Green Growth Brands Goes To The Mall
Green Growth Brands' announcement would be its latest planned push into mainstream retail after the 2018 farm bill legalized hemp. Hemp is a big source of CBD, or cannabidiol. CBD has become a popular ingredient for wellness and beauty products and beverages.
The compound is found in hemp and marijuana plants. CBD doesn't deliver THC's psychoactive high. But it is said to have sleep-inducing and anxiety- and pain-reducing qualities.
The wealthy Schottenstein family, which has built its fortune on retail, is also one of Green Growth's big financial backers. Jay Schottenstein is DSW's executive chairman and is the CEO of American Eagle Outfitters (AEO). Schottenstein Connection
Green Growth on Tuesday said the deal with Simon came together quickly. Talks started late last year. The Schottensteins "helped us move forward with such an expansive agreement so quickly."
The product formulations, fragrances and designs will be made in hours, the company said. Contract manufacturers will make the product. The locations themselves would measure 150 and 200 square feet.
Green Growth also said it entered, via a subsidiary, into a consulting agreement with Simon Canada as part of the deal. That subsidiary, GGB Kiosks, was formed on Jan. 25, according to Delaware business records. Under the agreement, Green Growth brands will receive "guidance on real estate strategy as we quickly expand our CBD shops beyond just Simon Malls."
Simon Property did not directly respond to questions about the deal and the CBD shops, or questions related to how it views the cannabis industry's retail potential more broadly.
"CBD-infused products are an emerging, growth category and we're constantly on the lookout for new products that resonate with our shoppers," John Rulli, president of Simon Malls, said in an emailed response to those questions. "As such, we're excited to welcome Green Growth Brands to 108 Simon locations."
Monday's announcement follows a deal Green Growth struck to sell hemp-derived CBD products in some DSW (DSW) shoe stores. Under a deal announced last week, Canadian pot producer Tilray (TLRY) would supply CBD ingredients to products backed by professional golfer Greg Norman.
Tilray has also struck a deal with Authentic Brands Group, under which Tilray could produce CBD for products sold by companies like Nine West and Juicy Couture. Curaleaf, a U.S.-based multistate cannabis retailer and producer, said it planned to introduce its CBD hemp line into "mainstream retailers" this year.
Barneys New York, High-End 'High End'
Meanwhile, Barneys said the High End will sell a "unique range of elevated wellness products across home, beauty, jewelry and more, along with an exclusive collaboration with cannabis brand Beboe." Beboe sells rose-gold vaporizers and edibles in California and Colorado, with an aesthetic that resembles artisanal candies and other craft-wellness products.
Green Thumb Industries this month acquired Beboe. Barneys said it would bring the High End to other store locations in the future. The luxury retailer said it would eventually offer more products to high end stores, along with other collaborations, in the months to come.
Barneys said the High End would sell CBD-infused beauty products from companies like Saint Jane and Foria. Those products will also be available online.
Under the partnership Beboe, Barneys will will also introduce a new, special edition Beboe silver vaping pen and sell other vape devices and candies from Beboe. Customers can also speak with Beboe representatives at High End locations. Since Barney's doesn't have a dispensary license, customers can order Beboe's cannabis products through Emjay, described by the retailer as a "white glove delivery service."
"Many of our customers have made cannabis a part of their lifestyle, and the High End caters to their needs with extraordinary products and service they experience in every facet of Barneys New York," Barneys New York CEO Daniella Vitale said in a statement.
Other cannabis-related items will be available that blur the lines between cannabis and premium accessorizing. Along with the grinder and the gold pipe, from Good Art HLYWD, a zebu horn desk cigarette lighter from Lorenzi Milano goes for nearly $800. Blown glass pipes from Seimon & Salazar run as high as $950.
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