SAN ANTONIO — While foodservice and technology once again garnered plenty of show-floor space at this year’s McLane National Trade Show, one thing was different from previous years: the presence of cannabidiol (CBD) companies. Five CBD product manufacturers showcased their products at this year’s McLane show—five more than at any other show in the company’s history.
Here are the CBD companies that marked their territories during McLane’s 2019 National Trade Show in San Antonio …
Floyd’s of Leadville
Floyd's of Leadville founder Floyd Landis is a former Tour de France bicyclist who turned to CBD to battle his own chronic pain. The Leadville, Colo.-based company's line of CBD-infused products includes gummy gems, tinctures, creams, soft gels, protein powders, pet products and, as of this summer, a gluten-free recovery bar.
Social CBD, formerly known as Select CBD, aims to educate consumers around the self-care and healthful benefits of CBD. The Portland, Ore.-based company's portfolio includes vape pens, gel caps, topicals, pet products, broad-spectrum tinctures and isolate tinctures, also known as Social Drops.
Myaderm, Englewood, Colo., uses various pharmaceutical technologies to create CBD products that provide a therapeutic benefit. Its portfolio includes Advanced Therapy Cream, Sport Cream, Calming Cream, Foot Cream and Pet Cream, all of which are manufactured in the company’s FDA-registered facility.
Boulder Botanical & Bioscience Labs
Boulder Botanical & Bioscience Labs LLC, Denver, specializes in research and development for private-label CBD products for nutritional and pharmaceutical companies. Its products include edibles, tinctures, capsules and topicals that are labeled as “seed-to-shelf” for full transparency.
Curaleaf Holdings Inc., Wakefield, Mass., sells its products in 12 states and has 12 cultivation sites and 11 processing sites. Products in its Curaleaf Hemp brand portfolio include vape cartridges, flower pods, tinctures, hand cream, eye cream, face cream and massage oils.