What to look for on a label

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1. A scannable barcode or quick response code linked to the certificate of analysis of the Hemp Extract batch by an independent testing laboratory
2. The batch number
3. The web address where the batch information may be obtained
4. The expiration date
5. The number of milligrams of each marketed cannabinoid per serving, including THC. 

6. The universal symbol for hemp products (blue /white leaf) 

Additional Labeling Requirements for Prepackaged Food products

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  • Statement of Identity / Food product name and description

  • Product weight / measurement in both metric and US measurement terms

  • Manufacturer or packer /distributor details (name, address, contact information)

  • List of ingredients (including sub-ingredients) in order from most to least

  • Allergen or prescribed warnings

  • Nutrition / Supplemental facts panel, if applicable

Other Label Components that add value and transparency

  •  Name  lab that performed any test, any associated test batch number and any test analysis date

  • Harvest Date ( Flower) or Production Date

  • Statement that reads: “This product is derived from hemp and could contain THC. Keep out of reach of children.”

  • Statement that reads: This product may contain Delta 9 THC up to 0.3%

  • Statement that reads: “This product is not approved by the FDA to treat, cure, or prevent any disease.”

  • UPC Barcode for retail point of sale

**EVERY STATE HAS ITS OWN REQUIREMENTS**

CHECK YOUR LOCAL Laws AND REGULATIONS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION