UNPA welcomes initial CBD member business beneath its new hemp extract/cannabinoid policy recommendations


The United All-natural Merchandise Alliance (UNPA Salt Lake City) has welcomed the initial member beneath the association’ new hemp extract/cannabinoids member policy recommendations. The recommendations, established in October, set forth a framework of greatest practices and compliance requirements for hemp extract/cannabinoid items. They exclude synthetic CBD.

The new UNPA member admitted beneath this policy is Mile Higher Labs, a CBD ingredient and solution manufacturer supplying bulk CBD and private-label solutions.

“We’re honored that Mile Higher Labs joins UNPA as our initial hemp extracts/cannabinoid Executive member,” mentioned Loren Israelsen, UNPA president, in a press release. “The business has demonstrated a clear commitment to excellent, science and study, collectively with a globe-class facility and a committed and competent management group. We appear forward to their knowledge and perspectives as we perform collectively to market the accountable sale and use of hemp-primarily based items.”

“We’re excited to be the initial CBD business to join UNPA,” mentioned Fenella Keig, compliance officer for Mile Higher Labs. “The alliance is unparalleled in its knowledge and commitment to the supplements business. We appear forward to operating with UNPA leadership and other member organizations to generate awareness of CBD and other hemp-derived items.”


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