Charlotte’s Web Holdings achieves organic certification

Charlotte’s Web Holdings achieves organic certification

The hemp and CBD company has received important approval from the USDA

The accomplishments of companies in the marijuana industry are not only based on the expansion of sales revenue, but there are also rewarding goals, such as obtaining an organic seal, that, undoubtedly, adds a great deal of value to any marijuana product. Charlotte’s Web Holdings, Inc, a market leader in full-spectrum hemp extract products, appears to have achieved this goal, as it announced yesterday that its 137,000-square-foot Louisville, CO-based corporate farming acreage and R&D and manufacturing facility obtained organic certification from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA). This will result in several product lines bearing the USDA Organic Seal.

Charlotte’s Web’s certified organic dye products are especially for those in search of wellness, and best of all, they are available both in retail stores and online. They include various flavors such as Orange Blossom, Mint Chocolate and Lemon Twist, or in unflavored olive oil in 10, 30, or 100 ml sizes. Many consumers will now be able to find the USD organic seal on the label of these 12 Charlotte’s Web products. Clearly, this comes as an indication that the products are quality-conscious, and that they now have the approval of a major industry organization.

“Farming is governed by a natural law based on give and take, and we have learned the more we give to our soil through organic and regenerative practices, the more we get back,” said Ray Sitorius, Director of Farming Operations. “Earning organic certification validates our land stewardship and Charlotte’s Web’s ongoing commitment to farm in balance with nature and our living soil.”

As specified by federal regulations related to certified organic practices and the company’s strict quality and safety standards, these products are produced without the need for genetically modified organisms, as well as being made from hemp on US farms without synthetic herbicides or pesticides. These factors have led to the products being certified, and the company can say that it has one more goal in its achievement room.