New Albany-based retailer Abercrombie & Fitch has entered a partnership with Columbus-based cannabis company Green Growth Brands to sell Green Growth’s Seventh Sense body-care products.

Seventh Sense products are made with the 100 percent hemp-derived cannabis extract cannabidiol, commonly known as CBD.

The CBD-infused products, which include body scrubs, bath bombs, cleansing oils, lotions and lip balms, will be available during a test run in 10 Abercrombie & Fitch stores in Massachusetts, California, Colorado and Nevada.

“CBD-infused products are a growing trend that is aligned with our customers’ interests in self-care, wellness and naturally derived products,” Kristin Scott, president of global brands at Abercrombie & Fitch, said in a statement. “We see this as an opportunity to further connect with them.

“This partnership reflects our test-and-learn culture, and working with GGB allows us to provide another unique offering for our customers,” she said.

The eight products are available in various scents and cost $8 to $40.

Abercrombie’s “commitment to offering products of quality and comfort align with our goal of bring high-quality, affordable CBD products to the self-care routines of consumers,” Peter Horvath, CEO of Green Growth Brands, said in a statement.

Green Growth is backed by a branch of central Ohio’s Schottenstein family.

Even though CBD products are widely available in Ohio, the state’s Board of Pharmacy has ruled that they may be sold only in medical marijuana dispensaries.

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