Cannabis Transparency Standards™ (CTS)
Chain of Custody Standards Since 2014
CBD Global is proud to have raised the bar for the hemp cultivation and concentrates manufacturing industry by establishing the first-ever standards of quality and transparency previously unseen and currently unmet by other manufacturers today.
Pioneers of Hemp Supply Chain Compliance
Removing Doubt From Source & Quality
Considering that many consumers of cannabis are fighting serious illnesses, product manufacturers are morally incumbent to source the cleanest and most responsibly manufactured cannabinoids available. It takes experience and knowledge to circumvent the hype and questionable business practices that exist around any industry that is growing as fast as today’s medical cannabinoid market.
The importance of purity for consumers who may be struggling with a compromised immune system puts a deep level of responsibility on product manufacturers to follow safety standards that mirror the best practices of other high compliance industries, particularly when operating in a space that has no regulatory board for the purpose of monitoring, validating, and certifying the practices of hemp product manufacturers.
First Cannabis Consumer Safety Seal
By utilizing the guidance of academic research and established scientific protocols, we follow clean and sustainable farming practices that apply state-of-the-art analytics and testing procedures for the proper compounding of safe, documented, and effective medicinal cannabis products. These are the fundamentals that make up the CTS Seal.
Tracked. Tested. Trusted.™
On smaller packaging labels, look for our daughter version of the CTS seal. This recognized icon of documented quality signifies you have found a premium product that is consumer-safety tested.
The icon is only legitimate when accompanied by a product batch number which can be verified on the Cannabis Transparency Standards website with its corresponding company brand.
Say What You Do,
Do What You Say,
And Prove It.
A COA is Not Compliance
COAs are only one small piece of the compliance puzzle, and when it comes to chain-of-custody, a finished product COA says nothing about the compliance of the raw materials used to make a product. State regulators who require the use of QR-codes that link products to a COA and no other supply chain documentation, are creating a false sense of compliance, only increasing liability exposure for big-box and retailers.
CBD Global product inventories are coded with batch numbers that follow all raw materials from the point of seed purchase, to harvest, and through the manufacturing life cycle. Every checkpoint of compliance and quality control is validated, documented, and made available to the public.