Dixie Brands sees improvements after expanded distribution deals

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The cannabis container specialty company continues to grow its operations

Dixie Brands is a popular brand that produces cannabis-based consumer goods and the company is on a continuous expansion project. Now, one of its wholly-owned subsidiaries, AcesoHemp, has signed a new distribution agreement with Innermountain Distributing C. that will see the latter representing the subsidiary’s line on cannabidiol (CBD) infused powder sachets, balms and dissolvable tablets of broad-spectrum to retailers in one of Colorado’s key region of Western Slope.

By combining efforts, Innermountain plans to get to the 1,500 retail locations spread across the Western Slope region. This addition to the Innermountain portfolio is a good complement to the existing line it has of premium beverage, snacks and some association with local products and brands.

“We are thrilled to partner with the Innermountain team across Colorado’s Western Slope,” says Hilal Tabsh, Vice President of Marketing and Distribution at AcesoHemp. She adds, “With more than 35 years of experience, they are a well-established, major supplier to retail and service businesses across the mountain region, including a plethora of high traffic tourist destinations and ski resorts providing important exposure for a nationally available brand like AcesoHemp.”

AcesoHemp has been working for a while in plant science, creating products of a broad-spectrum hemp infusion, that is sold in three varieties, Calm, Soothe, and Wellness. This has been a busy year in the industry for AcesoHemp as earlier this year, it went into deals with distributors in Nevada, California, Alaska and Vermont, and, on top of that, a core national distributor, Palko Services. Its products are offered currently in over 2,000 stores across the country.