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    In the past few years, cannabidiol (CBD) has become one of the most in-demand ingredients for products such as supplements and foods. While interest in CBD has been steadily increasing, the regulatory picture around related items remains unclear. The recent Farm Bill opened the door to increased production of hemp derivatives including CBD, but the Food and Drug Administration has yet to issue exact rulings around the way these products should be packaged and labeled.

    If your company is invested in white-labeling CBD products and selling them under your own branding, you have to be aware of the ever-changing legal status of these goods, ready to oblige any new requirements from the FDA and in line with the latest general guidelines.

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  • When you're considering packaging strategies for your cannabidiol and hemp products, you need to give some extra thought and consideration to the evolving rules and regulations in this space. CBD label design is slightly more complex than for other types of therapeutic items.

    It pays to follow the following five guidelines, which will help ensure your items get to store shelves with suitable custom CBD labels.

    1. Verify How CBD Labeling is Regulated in Your State

    The Food And Drug Administration, which is at work on a more permanent CBD licensing and labeling rule set at the federal level, has acknowledged that state and local authorities hold differing positions on CBD regulations.

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  • Creating custom CBD product labels is one of the most challenging forms of product packaging design in today's marketplace, due to the lack of regulatory clarity around these products. While the Food and Drug Administration has committed to issuing more specific rulings on CBD label contents, the current state of the industry is a patchwork with significant uncertainty.

    When creating CBD product labels, there are a few best practices you should follow to ensure you're giving the correct disclosures and warnings to potential customers. You should keep a close eye on the news surrounding this industry, as each new announcement or ruling from the FDA has the potential to change the status quo.

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  • When a new product category emerges, the first few years of those items' availability can be challenging from a regulatory compliance point of view. Bills are often signed into law during these transitional periods that change the labeling or distribution rules regarding the products, forcing companies to change their practices quickly or risk noncompliance.

    The cannabidiol product sector is in such a phase now, with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's policies about these nonhallucinogenic hemp derivatives evolving over time. If you're operating in this industry or interested in getting involved, you need to pay attention to the statements coming from this federal agency.

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  • When a product sector is hot, as cannabidiol or CBD is right now, selling that type of item takes on a new kind of challenge. Whereas the wave of popularity brought new curious shoppers into stores, the number of competing businesses has likely increased enormously. If you are marketing CBD goods today, you will have to overcome many other brands' offerings to win shoppers' attention. Premium CBD product labels can go a long way toward achieving such visibility goals.

    Premium CBD Labels Give Your Products Shelf Appeal

    With shoppers increasingly looking for CBD products, drab and boring labels for these items can put a damper on your brand's popularity.

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  • Cannabidiol and hemp-derived products make up an exciting corner of the cannabis industry. These non-hallucinogenic items are increasing in reach and appeal, making now an exciting time to be an entrepreneur in this market. The rules and regulations around producing and marketing CBD goods are in a constant state of flux, which means your company has an important responsibility before it begins selling items: You must create CBD product labels that comply with all applicable laws while still representing your brand well.

    5 Items to Include on CBD Product Labels

    While it's always a good idea to check with federal and state authorities to ensure your cannabidiol product labels suit the latest local and federal laws, including the following five features is a good way to begin the design process.

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  • As the demand for CBD products grows in the marketplace, more brands will be hitting the shelves. That means more competition for your product. Will your CBD glass bottles stand out from all the rest, and what type of labels do you need to accomplish that goal? Here are some quick tips on CBD glass bottle labels to get the best results.

    Start With The Basics

    When you're dealing with CBD glass bottles, there are some basics you need to know. For starters, the label's adhesive properties are critical to how well it performs on the glass surface. First, you need a CBD glass bottle label that withstands different temperature conditions and doesn't crack, peel or unstick before the product makes it out the door.

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  • In the constantly evolving CBD marketplace, even as regulators keep revising rules, consumers continue buying products at an astounding rate. Information on many of the new CBD offerings, however, is inconsistent at best, and potentially misleading at times. For that reason, CBD marketers are being urged to adopt more uniform, accurate and responsible labeling practices - before legislators step in and enact laws to protect customers.

    The investment firm Cowen & Company reported that CBD retail sales in 2018 ranged between $600 million and $2 billion. By 2025, they estimated, that figure would rise to over $16 billion.

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  • Products made from hemp that contain CBD exist within a unique market niche. There is little information provided by the Food and Drug Administration about how these items should be packaged and labeled. This lack of specificity, however, doesn't mean companies should be careless or negligent when determining the appearance of their CBD products.

    CBD Labels That Comply

    Law firm McAllister Garfield, which specializes in cannabis related industries, recently noted that while there is little to no information about what to put on hemp labels, the FDA does at least have a list of elements that aren't allowed.

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