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About Us

From the scrolls of ancient Egypt to the temple walls of early China, hemp’s properties as a medicine, fabric and fuel have been revered for thousands of years.

Back here in England we have our own hemp growing history. In fact at one point medieval kings and queens insisted that for every 60 acres of land owned, a quarter acre of hemp would have to be planted such was the plant's celebrated properties.

It’s been a long time since then…

60 Acres is bringing back all-natural, rain watered and (occasional) sun kissed hemp to European shores.

Here's what we stand for:

Exceptional Quality 

All our products are all natural, 100% organic and produced by farmers and manufactures in the CBD industry we know and trust. Every product on our site comes from a batch which has been lab tested to give you the confidence that what you are buying contains no nasties. 


You would assume that this should be taken for granted but the reality is that a huge number of UK CBD retailers are (still) selling products which do not comply with UK law. In the UK, CBD products must contain less than 1mg of THC per item to be legal (find out more in our FAQs section) - all our products have been tested to ensure they meet this standard.

Fair Prices

We think too many retailers are overcharging for CBD products and we want to change that. On average, our competitors’ prices are up to 50% more expensive than ours. Here's how we do this:
  1. All our products come directly from farmers and manufacturers. There aren’t any additional middlemen – no expensive shop fronts, no branding agencies, no paid for endorsements.

  2. Where possible, we use as little packaging as possible. Less waste, less money, less time wasted Instagraming unboxing shots...

  3. All our products are packed to order meaning we don’t pay for stock to sit around in expensive warehouses.

  4. We aren’t greedy. We have a margin like all businesses but unlike many retailers in this space, we don’t think these should be excessive.