Seven Buds for Seven Brothers

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All the dishes, including the cured black cod to the hazelnut chocolate crunch cake, contained Charlotte’s Web CBD. ImageWhere's Wilbur? She is Jennie, not Jenny.A version of this article appears in print on , on Page D1 of the New York edition with the headline: Seven Buds for Seven Brothers. Fontenot said.The brothers fought growing up (and still do). “Josh and I have broken each other’s noses,” Joel Stanley said. Hire me.” Jared Stanley was particularly skilled at selling candy bars door-to-door, even going into office buildings. “He must hold the world record,” Mrs. But in the current culture, the Stanleys have a huge advantage.Since the beginning of 2018, Charlotte’s Web has experienced a 60 percent growth in sales online.

Article PreviewImageFrom left, Jared, Joel, Jon, Jordan, Austin, Josh and Jesse Stanley.CreditCreditBenjamin Rasmussen for The New York Times

Seven Buds for Seven Brothers

This leading CBD company is a family affair.

From left, Jared, Joel, Jon, Jordan, Austin, Josh and Jesse Stanley.CreditCreditBenjamin Rasmussen for The New York Times

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By Alyson Krueger

March 6, 2019

Sure, CBD is everywhere. But it hit the Sundance Film Festival with full force only in January, when Charlotte’s Web, a leading purveyor of the substance — the Uber of CBD, if you will — hosted a three-day party, lines out the door, in a converted store and restaurant on Main Street in Park City, Utah.

It was envisioned by the seven brothers behind the company: Josh (43), Joel (39), Jesse (37), Jon (36), Jordan (34), Jared (32) and J. Austin (27), all with the last name Stanley. Five of them were attending Sundance with their proud mother, Kristi Stanley Fontenot, 65, hosting...

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