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The market forecast for products sold in the US featuring cannabidiol (CBD) is remarkable. The Brightfield Group, a market research company, projects US sales will grow from an estimated $4.7 billion in 2020 to $16.8 billion in 2025. Food and beverage manufacturers stand to gain, but for such a growth trajectory to occur several things need to happen.
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Socati get USDA organic certification for its CBD ingredients
With the race on to source high quality CBD ingredient, Texas-based Socati has given itself a head start by securing USDA organic certification for its range of CBD ingredients.
The portfolio includes both CBD ingredients and tinctures for topical use, as well ingredients and products for food and beverage.
The company says that by securing the certification it can now ensure that no synthetic fertilizers or herbicides are using in the cultivation of the hemp that is used to produce its products.
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Socati Corp. (Austin, TX) received USDA organic certification for its CBD ingredient line for finished products. The certification ensures no synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides are used in the cultivation of hemp and that farmers and manufacturers are using sustainable practices.
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Hemp extract manufacturer Socati Corp. says its new USDA Organic certification will prove to be an important differentiator in a crowded field.
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CBD company Socati, which offers products and ingredients for private label, as well as for its namesake brand, has managed to earn a critical distinction. The company has received official USDA Organic certification for its CBD ingredient lineup, which can be used in USDA Organic finished products. The certification was awarded by Montana’s agriculture department following an evaluation process.
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Socati Corp. said Wednesday it has started shipping certified-organic hemp-based products and CBD ingredients to manufacturing customers after obtaining organic certification in April.
The Austin, Tex.-based company said it is the only commercial-scale producer of certified-organic cannabinoid ingredients which can contain legal amounts of THC at 0.3 percent or less.
Socati obtained organic certification on April 3 from the Montana State Department of Agriculture for its Missoula, Mont.-based facility, which produces broad- and full-spectrum CBD oils.
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Socati Corp has successfully completed the rigorous evaluation process and received official USDA Organic certification for its CBD ingredient line up which can be used in USDA Organic finished products. “Now we’re the only commercial scale producer of USDA Organic certified cannabinoid ingredients with third-party verified non-detectable levels of THC”, they announce. Socati is a processor of USDA Organic certified hemp-based products, including broad spectrum extracts with non-detectable THC.
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The Socati Corp, a processor and supplier of hemp has received a USDA Organic certification for their CBD ingredients used in all of their full and broad spectrum oils, also for private label products, which includes gummies, tablets, capsules, softgels, tinctures and a crystallized flavored powders. This is a first in the world of non-THC cannabinoid commercial producers, says Socati. Mark Elfenbeing, the chief revenue officer for the company, thinks people will to begin to choose premium CBD products more often and will look for products with the USDA Organic certification.
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AUSTIN, TEX. – Socati Corp announced it has successfully completed the rigorous evaluation process and received official USDA Organic certification for its CBD ingredient line up which can be used in USDA Organic finished products. Significantly, Socati is the only commercial scale producer of USDA Organic certified cannabinoid ingredients with third-party verified non-detectable levels of THC.
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