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NACS reFresh helps convenience retailers address topics important to their businesses and create positive perceptions of the industry overall. The initiative delivers tools that help retailers enhance their operations and grow sales; facts and data that support community initiatives; and forms partnerships with likeminded groups.
Cannabis is a family of plants with two primary species—hemp and marijuana. Both marijuana and hemp contain more than 100 different compounds called cannabinoids that can affect the human body differently.
The two best known cannabinoids are cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Although the two are nearly identical in their chemical makeup, their different molecular structures cause them to interact with the human body’s receptors in varied ways. The most important difference: THC induces psychoactive effects (it gets the user “high”), while CBD does not contain any psychoactive properties. A key characteristic of hemp-derived products is that they generally have very low concentrations of THC.
Employee turnover is the ratio of the number of workers that had to be replaced in a given time period to the average number of workers.
The NACS SOI & Compensation Survey have the percentages for the convenience store industry.
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