Jerry Garcia Wellness is a new CBD-centric business that evokes the “vision and values” of Jerry Garcia, the late founder of rock band The Grateful Dead.
The brand said Garcia was an early proponent of cannabis legalization and believed in its natural benefits decades before it became widely recognized as an effective aid to health and wellness.
Officially licensed as a partner of the Garcia family, the new CBD wellness brand will offer a full line of CBD products that pay homage to the Jerry Garcia legacy. Products include a collection of tinctures, a full array of topicals and custom-molded rose-shaped gummies inspired by Garcia’s love of roses. “Each product elicits its own unique vibe, and all are centered on caring for the mind, body and soul, as well as our planet,” the company said.
Jerry Garcia Wellness has tapped Cameron Keluche, founder of KelSie Biotech, to head up its product development and ensure that the quality and efficacy are second to none. The company said KelSie Biotech is known in the industry as a developer of some of the most highly effective CBD products and brands.
“It is an honor to work on this 100% organic and plastic-free CBD project initiated by Jerry Garcia Wellness,” said Keelin Garcia, Jerry’s daughter and president of Jerry Garcia Music Arts. “We appreciate how dedicated the company has been to ensure that every aspect of the project is in line with what father believed in and supported,” she said. “We’re excited to be able to honor him on his 80th birthday by sharing this natural wellness CBD program with his fans.”
RedCon1’s lineup at GNC is growing following the launch of an exclusive flavor at the retailer.
The brand announced that the cookies-and-cream variety is now available in both MRE bars and ready-to-drink formats.
“We’re excited to add another flavor from RedCon1 exclusively at GNC as part of our fall lineup,” said Kevin Maloberti, vice president of merchandising at GNC. “Our consumers seek variety and partnering with great brands to deliver delicious new flavors helps us to deliver on those expectations.”
Consumers can find the cookies-and-cream flavor exclusively at GNC.
Glamnetic rolls out new product to help consumers style eyebrows
Emerson Group has announced the date of its upcoming Industry Day event.
Taking place Oct. 12, the virtual event looks to bring together retail leaders, brand innovators and inspirational groundbreakers to explore and define what the future of the CPG industry looks like, the company said.
The event also aims to provide insight on how to navigate the supply chain, enhance the shopper experience, embrace retail media and optimize social influence.
The latest from Chi — AirTwist Curling Wand — is a styling tool that combines the technology of a curling iron and flat iron into one.
Designed for consumers looking to ease the struggle of curling their hair with a flat iron while also giving tresses more body, bounce and staying power, the wand helps create loose beachy waves, tight ringlets and bouncy curls.
Suitable for all hair types, lengths and textures, the AirTwist Curling Wand features the brand’s ion technology, which emits negative ions to reduce frizz and increase shine. The styling tool also has Cool Air Technology and Dual Floating Plates to help set curls and lock in shine and natural moisture, the company said.
Currently, the Chi AirTwist Curling Wand retails for $108.98 online.
Genexa is introducing Kids’ Pain & Fever Chewables.
Available in an all-natural grape flavor, this first to market offering is a fever reducer that provides temporary pain relief and contains the same, effective 80 mg of the active ingredient acetaminophen found in Children’s Tylenol Chewable products, the company said.
Genexa noted that it removes all artificial ingredients and fillers like high fructose corn syrup, sucralose and FD&C red no. 40 in favor of natural and organic ingredients.