But just chasing a trend isn’t quite enough for us. We want to use sustainably-sourced CBD from our home state of Vermont. After all, values-led sourcing is an important part of our process when we churn up new ice cream innovations. By using high-quality, sustainably-sourced ingredients, we support our linked prosperity model, ensuring that everyone involved with making our flavors — from the cocoa farmers to the Scoop Shop scoopers — is positively impacted. We source our brownies from Greyston Bakery, which has an innovative open-door hiring policy, and our cookie dough comes from Rhino Foods, which employs refugees and sources its dairy locally from the St. Albans Co-op.
A recent National Restaurant Association survey found that three in four chefs named CBD – and cannabis-infused food as a hot trend in 2019. “We’re doing this for our fans,” said Ben & Jerry’s CEO Matthew McCarthy. “We’ve listened and brought them everything from Non-Dairy indulgences to on-the-go portions with our Pint Slices. We aspire to love our fans more than they love us and we want to give them what they’re looking for in a Ben & Jerry’s way.”
You probably already know that we’re fans of all things groovy — think: Half Baked and Dave Matthews Band Magic Brownies. So it’s no surprise that we can’t wait to get into the latest food trend: cannabidiol, or CBD. We are open to bringing CBD-infused ice cream to your freezer as soon as it’s legalized at the federal level.
Currently, the FDA prohibits adding CBD to food and beverages. But change is on the horizon: They’ve set a public hearing on the legalization of CBD-infused foods and beverages for May 31st, and we’ve submitted a comment to them in support of legalization.
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Proud members of the Cannabis Trades Association UK (CTAUK), CBD Manufacturing are kept fully appraised of changes to legislation and are active participants in steering future legislation and guidance.
Compliance is critical – all CBD products are tested to ensure that the full spectrum of cannabidiol elements meet home office and food regulations. Labels are cross checked by compliance specialists to ensure that no claims are made in contravention of current legislation.
CBD Manufacturing are a Derbyshire based company who believe the route to success for all of their clients is to provide the best facilities, highest quality cannabidiol (CBD) products and outstanding customer service. We recognise that all too often companies fail to meet the needs of their customers. CBD Manufacturing strives to ensure that the cannabidiol products it manufactures are of the highest quality and that the customer experience is outstanding.
In addition, our CBD manufacturing facility will shortly be organically-certified. This certification ensures that all CBD manufacturing materials purchased will hold organic accreditation through to product delivery.
Currently on the journey to being a certified ISO 9001 manufacturing facility we provide all of our clients the comfort of full traceability for all cannabidiol products manufactured.
With over 600 square metres of clean room the considerable investment into production and packaging lines has provided a manufacturing facility with the capability of producing in excess of 1 million units of cannabidiol products per week if required.
Contact CBD Manufacturing today to find our why we are the premium leader in the CBD market.
White label products and services, ranging from a CBD supplement to software-as-a-service, are stock items or services offered to multiple buyer companies who can label the product and sell it under their brand names. White label products aren’t customizable, so they come with the risk of competition with other companies selling the same product under a different name. However, they also don’t require the extra work of developing specific formulas or prototypes before they can be mass-produced and sold, so they are cheaper and easier to procure.
Private label products are products made by one company for sale under another company’s brand (or label). Private label goods are available in a wide range of industries, from food to supplements and cosmetics. Private label products managed exclusively by a retailer for sale in a specific retail store chain are called store brands. This article ranks the top private label manufacturers of CBD on Thomasnet.com by their annual revenue so that you can find the supplier that best suits your needs. First, though, we’ll be going into a little background on some of the most popular types of CBD products on the market, as well as the differences between private label and white label products. At a glance:
CBD: White Label vs. Private Label
5Day Private Label, based in Vineyard, UT, manufactures white label hemp-infused products including dog treats, topicals like creams and serums, and edible products like gummies and tinctures. They also offer wholesale distillates and CBN isolates.
On the other hand, private label products and services are custom, developed by the manufacturer or service company for a customer to resell. In this case the formula or design of a product will be proprietary information, so there is little danger of competition with identical products. However, these products do take more time and cost to manufacture.
This table contains information on the top private label CBD manufacturers on Thomasnet.com, ranked by annual estimated revenue. Additional details on each company’s headquarters location are also included, as well as summaries of company activities below.