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2019 was a big year for hemp and hemp-derived cannabidiol industries in the United States. We saw the implementation of the 2018 Farm Bill, the issuance of interim hemp production regulations by the USDA, and the development of regulations in nearly every state.
One in seven American adults currently uses some sort of CBD-infused product, and that number is only expected to grow in the coming years.
And when an industry is growing this quickly, one thing is certain: there’s no way to stand out from the crowd without top-notch marketing.
CBD is here in full force — and it’s here to stay.
With so many different CBD products on the market today, it’s easy to get lost. But chances are you have probably come across the three basic types when shopping - full spectrum, broad spectrum and isolate.
The Center for Food Safety (CFS) did a little testing and rated many of the most popular consumer CBD brands. We were particularly interested because we track pedigree across the supply chain to ensure any raw goods that are bought from us or any white labeling we do would already be FDA compliant. (That means we're FDA compliant before there is such a thing). We leverage Kilo and Company to help us ensure we're tracking from seed to bottle and their workflow makes it super easy from farmers on down the chain.
Hemp is an incredibly useful and versatile plant with thousands of different use cases. One popular use case is using hemp as a sustainable building material.
The discussions about CBD are growing more and more comlw on social media, online publications, and even mainstream media. But if CBD is so popular, why is it not used more often than it is?