BOULDER, Colo. — RE Botanicals announced they have received their organic certification by the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) National Organic Program for U.S. grown hemp. The USDA protects consumer options by allowing brands to obtain the USDA organic logo which ensures their products are grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides which contaminate our waterways and accelerate climate change.
RE Botanicals is committed to shifting today’s chemical agricultural practices to more organic and regenerative farming methods. While not well-known due to hemp’s “wild west” culture, hemp removes nutrients such as nitrogen from soils. RE Botanicals’ organic hemp is farmed using crop rotations such as clover or alfalfa which improves soil health and fertility. Whereas the vast majority of today’s hemp farming utilizes synthetic chemical fertilizers made from fracked natural gas and are a leading cause of climate change and ocean die off in the gulf of New Mexico. Hemp CDB shoppers can literally vote with their dollars for the type of future they want for their children and families.
“At RE Botanicals, we believe that healthy soil creates healthy plants, healthy people and a healthy climate,” said John Roulac, founder and chief hemp officer of RE Botanicals. “Hundreds of CBD brands, including some of the largest have falsely and illegally claimed their products are certified organic. Customers can and should request that the brands display their organic certifications on their website. Our team is honored to bring forth the highest quality and trusted USDA certified organic hemp CBD products to our family, friends and consumers.”
The evolving legacy of RE Botanicals begins with their Classic, Peppermint and pet line of organic hemp flower extracts packaged in amber brown glass bottles crafted with hemp and certified organic MCT Coconut Oil. RE Botanicals prides themselves with the company’s promise to provide consumers and their pets with trusted hemp supplements.
RE Botanicals is shaking up the hemp CBD sector, projected to reach $1.9 billion by 2022, as reported by the Hemp Business Journal. The wellness brand is meeting the growing demand of American shoppers looking for certified-organic products that are better for people and the planet. RE Botanicals will exhibit at Expo West from March 5-9, 2019 in the organics section at booth #1731. The new USDA organic logo will appear on RE Botanicals packaging starting March 1. For more info, go to www.rebotanicals.com.
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