CBD is a natural compound found in cannabis plants and has been marketed as containing multiple healing remedies from physical ailments to hair growth. The CBD market is growing exponentially as more information about the benefits become available. This growth in demand is opening doors to a budding CBD-based product marketplace. The difference between being known as a relevant CBD product versus one that does not work can hinge on your label and the quality of the information you provide on it.
Some CBD products need very specific, regulated labels, while others may have just a few guidelines. For instance, a food product containing CDB may need to follow FDA labeling guidelines while oils or supplements containing CBD may not have as many.
Beyond federal regulations, many states have wide-ranges of guidelines for CBD labels based on the product. Every state has hemp laws but it’s important to know how each state treats CBD and cannabis. This will certainly impact your CBD product labels. It will also help customers make informed decisions when they’re looking to purchase CBD products.
With so many label options and possible requirements, it is necessary to create the label that best meets the needs of your CBD products and makes your product stand out in an increasingly competitive market. Cor Label is here to help you get the right label for your CBD product so that you can accomplish both.