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The company, which has seen massive growth in the past few years, will also introduce three new SKUs as part of its debut with the retailer.
Get a first glimpse at the debut products, including pricing.
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Plus, the beauty industry leans into health.
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Founder Nadine Joseph was working in a research lab before ancient healing herbs and mushroom changed her life.
Be it via trippy toadstool motifs or calming adaptogenic blends, fungi are sprouting into our consumer lives.
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Much-needed aid initiatives include digital education efforts, donations to relief funds and more.
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As the line between supplement and candy continues to blur, what does this mean for consumers?
And she wants to spread more awareness on the substance's benefits.
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