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Sweet Earth joins hemp industry association

The Canadian CBD company is only recently Sweet Earth (WKN A2P5B3 / CSE SE) went public in Canada. However, as we showed in our recently published, detailed report, the company has by no means only recently been in business, but has many years of experience in this exciting sector.

Sweet Earth controls the entire value chain from the field to the wellness product on the shelf. There is already an extensive range of personal care products for him and her, which last year included received the “Best CBD Products” award from the MJBiz conference in Las Vegas.

CBD ointment from Sweet Earth; Source: Sweet Earth Holdings

The company is now also reporting that it has received the so-called Leaping Bunny accreditation. Leaping Bunny brings together eight national animal welfare groups that have formed a coalition for consumer information on cosmetics that promote animal-friendly products. The fact that products are developed without animal testing is an important purchase criterion for many consumers today. With the Leaping Bunny accreditation, it now pays off that Sweet Earth chose this path for its CBD products right from the start. The company also uses environmentally friendly cultivation techniques and implements strict organic production standards.

Sweet Earth also announced that it has joined the National Hemp Association (“NHA”). It is an American organization that was founded to support the growth and development of all aspects of the hemp industry.

We are excited to see how Sweet Eath will continue and, above all, whether the company will be able to implement its ambitious expansion plans. We will continue to report.

The cannabis / hemp sector is characterized by high volatility and strong price fluctuations are always possible, so investors should carefully consider the time of entry and definitely protect their positions – for example with stop-loss orders.

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In accordance with section 34b of the WpHG and section 48f (5) BörseG (Austria), we would like to point out that clients, partners, authors and employees of GOLDINVEST Consulting GmbH can hold shares in Sweet Earth Holdings and may therefore have a conflict of interest. We can also not rule out that other stock market letters, media or research companies will discuss the values ​​we recommend in the same period. Therefore, symmetrical information and opinion generation can occur during this period. There is also a consulting or other service contract between a third party who is in the warehouse of Sweet Earth Holdings and GOLDINVEST Consulting GmbH, which creates a conflict of interest as this third party pays GOLDINVEST Consulting GmbH for reporting on Sweet Earth Holdings rewarded. This third party may also hold, sell or buy shares in Sweet Earth Holdings and would benefit from an increase in Sweet Earth Holdings shares. This is another, clear conflict of interest.

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