Pet Releaf Updates CBD Hemp Oil Labels
Pet Releaf has redesigned the labels for its certified USDA organic cannabidiol (CBD) hemp oils. Prior to this label update, Pet Releaf CBD hemp oils were categorized based on the active amount of CBD contained in the products. The new labels include the amount of full-spectrum cannabinoids present in the oils alongside the amount of active CBD. This change is to ensure both independent retailers and end customers that the company only uses whole plant, full-spectrum CBD hemp oil. It also guarantees that Pet Releaf never uses CBD isolate.
“Since day one, Pet Releaf has set the bar in hemp and CBD products for pets,” said Steve Smith, president and co-founder of the Denver-based company. “We believe that is exactly why both retailers and consumers look to us to be as transparent as possible with what is in our products and how they are made. With our new labels, we are again proving why our products are superior in consistency, quality and safety to any other potential competitors.”
The new labels are designed to further confirm Pet Releaf’s commitment to being fully transparent about its entire production process, said company officials.
Although the labels are different, the products are exactly the same. Retailers can now inform customers that they can purchase Pet Releaf CBD Hemp Oil 100 as the newly labeled Hemp Oil 330, and Pet Releaf CBD Hemp Oil 300 as Hemp Oil 1000.