Any company who has successfully passed the third-party audit and executed the U.S. Hemp Authority® Licensing Agreement and paid the Licensing Fee may use the Seal during that certified year. Companies currently include Growers, Processors/Manufacturers, and Brand Owners.
Vertically integrated companies who are verified to meet U.S. Hemp Authority® Certification standards and have executed the U.S. Hemp Authority® Licensing Agreement and paid the Licensing Fee may use the “Certified” Seal on their labels, website, marketing materials, invoices, and letterhead. Separate physical audit inspections must be conducted for each farm and facility within the vertically integrated operation.
FoodChain ID is the exclusive administrator for the certification program. Known for providing the highest levels of service, FoodChain ID has extensive experience and expertise in certification:
* If the farm produces extract varieties along with oilseed and/or fiber varieties, only the extract varieties flat fee will be charge
* Verified Licensees will not be charged for more than twenty-five (25) additional SKUs
Audits are conducted by FoodChain ID, the nation’s premier provider of certification and verification services to the food industry.
Annually, as state and federal hemp law and policy are rapidly developing and changing. U.S. Hemp Authority® Certification Seals and Certificates expire after one year from the date of issuance.
FoodChain ID is the new administrator of the U.S. Hemp Authority’s Certification Standard and is immediately available to assist you through the USHA certification process.
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