By / January 18, 2020

A CBD shop in France has just opened in the center of Yvetot

CBD Land is a CBD shop in France almost like any other. The trendy shop opened last December in the center of Yvetot on rue Pasteur. It sells products made from CBD, a non-psychoactive cannabis derivative.

Samir opened the store with his girlfriend Amandine and his friend Aurélien and they are the three partners of this SARL (Société à responsabilité limitée,) whose business is, they say, focused on welfare. is a mobile application that is exclusively dedicated to hemp and cannabis news as well as the very latest news about the general hemp and cannabis industry.

Owners and employees want to educate their customers

“That’s the whole point of our approach,” insisted Aurélien. “Little is still known about CBD, but we would like to make it known to as many people as possible. Our products are also available on the internet, but for us, listening to the customer is very important. We want to bring them something to understand their needs and problems. We do not act at all on the medical side. We just bring a natural complement.”

Marie, the sales employee, welcomes a varied clientele to the CBD shop in France.

“From 18 to 78 years old,” she said. “We have 12 different varieties but without the THC.”

Woman shopping representing shopping at the CBD shop in France
CBD Land offers its customers personalized and quality service aimed at educating the public about CBD. (Source)

The young woman followed a training course with a supplier in order to know all the specificities of the products offered. This CBD shop in France displays a wide range of products in multiple forms including bags of dried flower sold between $11 and $17 (€10 and €16) per gram.

Abiding by the law is of utmost importance for opening a CBD shop in France

When buying cannabis from this CBD shop in France, the customer who must be of legal age (it is necessary to show proof of identity,) is given an invoice showing his surname, first name, the number of grams, the date and the place of purchase with the company stamp.

In Rouen, Evreux and elsewhere, CBD shops in France had to close down after being raided. Their managers had been placed in police custody for “possession, acquisition, offering, and disposal of narcotics.”

Serious charges have since been dismissed by several court rulings, which have authorized the reopening of these shops.

CBD shop in France offers cosmetics, lollipops, and honey

“Our products are controlled by customs and everything is recorded on analysis sheets,” said Marie. “Customers ask me a lot of questions about CBD and the effects as well as questions on legality too.”

Relaxation and relief are the virtues that CBD Land claims. You can find lollipops, sweets, honey, chocolate bars, cooking oils, and cosmetic products (cream, scrub, hair mask) at this CBD shop in France.

“All our suppliers are French. A lot of products come from Brittany,” said Aurélien.

“CBD is known to help with pain and it is an anti-inflammatory. Among our customers, we have more and more elderly people,” Marie pointed out.


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