Fab CBD: Flavor, Quality & Customer Care
What do you do when you’re a new CBD company and you’re looking for ways to stand out from the competition?
Well, if you’re Fab CBD, you formulate your products with organic, non-GMO ingredients.
You offer different potencies and flavor options, and you engage with your customers to make sure you’re getting it all right.
Thinking of trying Fab’s products? Read on for all of the details about this growing company.
CBD Types: Full spectrum
Transparency: Recent third-party lab results for most products are available on the website
- Oil Drops
About Fab CBD
A relatively new player in the CBD market, Florida-based Fab has been around since October 2017. The team that founded the company boasts a combined 25 years of experience in the pharmaceutical, health, fitness & supplement industries.
And with their products’ quality and range of flavors, it didn’t take long to find a following. The citrus and mint flavors are nice additions for those who don’t like the natural flavor of full-spectrum hemp, or who just want to try something different.
In fact, CBD Hacker featured Fab in our ranking of the 15 Best CBD Oil Drops for 2018. And since then, Fab has expanded their product line to include higher potency oil drops. In addition to offering more options for consumers, this expansion of their product line also made the company more competitive in pricing.
It offers a bright, open, colorful design experience. The focus on product photos and graphics, rather than the aspirational lifestyle imagery that you see on a lot of CBD websites.
So, if you want to skip the photos of people doing yoga or standing triumphantly atop mountain peaks, you’ll feel right at home with Fab. They let you get right to the products and relevant info without any fluff.
This is a company that really wants to engage with customers, and they give you plenty of options to get in touch. You can even use Facebook’s Messenger app on the Fab website for a quick response.
We found Fab’s shipping and returns policies to be reasonable, and comparable to most competitors.
It’s unclear how often the company post lab results, but we have seen them updated at least twice in 2018.