NetworkNewsBreaks — Youngevity International Inc. (NASDAQ: YGYI) Launching Two Cannabidiol-Infused Coffee Brands

Youngevity International (NASDAQ: YGYI), together with its CLR Roasters subsidiary, recently announced plans to introduce two cannabidiol-infused coffee brands in May. A recent article discussing the company’s endeavor reads, “Youngevity announced plans to launch two brands of cannabidiol-infused coffees on March 6, stating that sales are expected to begin in May. The HempFX brand is expected to roll out as a direct sales product through YGYI’s large sales network early in the month, followed by full-scale distribution by the end of the month. The company’s CLR Roasters subsidiary also anticipates a late-May rollout of its Javalution brand for retail store shelf distribution, and it has already begun retail sales presentations (http://nnw.fm/3Fk6K). . . . ‘We have been perplexed in delivering CBD to a cup of coffee at consistent doses, but now we have a solution that passes the scrutiny of laboratory testing, and we are excited to bring these products to market. Our team at Khrysos has cracked the code on the production of water-soluble CBDs,’ Youngevity President and CFO Dave Briskie stated in a news release about the project.”

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About Youngevity International Inc.

Youngevity International Inc., an emerging conglomerate operating in three distinct business segments including a vertically integrated coffee enterprise, a vertically integrated hemp-based product development enterprise including end-to-end processing, and a direct-selling enterprise that consists of an expanding portfolio of consumer brands developed with its in-house product development team and distributed by traditional and nontraditional channels, including a multi-country, direct-selling network. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.YGYI.com.

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