The ever-growing, popular CBD industry has spanned not only across the nation but across the world. With so many CBD startups and businesses in this industry, it’s vital for companies to make sure they are operating within legal limits. Since CBDs lie in such a gray area when it comes to legality, it becomes more so your responsibility to prioritize caution when conducting business.
Things to Consider for Any CBD Business
First and foremost, it’s pertinent to know the source of your CBD white label product. Having certification that your CBD is in fact hemp-derived rather than marijuana-derived is vital for success when selling across state lines. Always make sure the CBDs you’re buying are lab tested by a third-party. Each shipment should be lab tested to ensure quality and safety. Your customers’ health should never be compromised by skipping this step. Also testing THC levels is important to stay within your legal right to distribute and sell CBDs. Make sure you have a legal disclaimer stating that any health claims you make regarding CBDs aren’t approved by the FDA. Only the FDA can make health claims so it’s very important to be careful when it comes to wording or providing a disclaimer regarding your product. It’s also significant to know where you’re selling your product since CBDs can be seized in some states like Michigan.
America’s Finest CBD White Label for Your Business
America’s Finest CBD supplies the highest quality of hemp-derived CBD white label products for CBD companies across the nation. Each shipment is always tested by an independent third-party to guarantee less than .3% THC and the highest standards of safety and quality. Our CBD is always sourced from 100% organically grown hemp.
For more information regarding wholesale CBDs for your business, please contact us or call: (303) 955-7121