What is Certificate Of Analysis (COA) ?
California government requires to test each batch of a cannabis product before it goes to the stores. Although, Allure hemp is not required to run these tests as our product contains no THC, we want to provide a piece of mind to our customers and run the tests anyway.
Is the COA legit?
- The testing laboratory’s name, license number and full number
- The Distributor’s name, license number and full address
- The Cultivator’s, Manufacturer’s, or micro-business’s name
- Batch information that corresponds to compliance batch the sample was obtained. (Every product comes with the batch number to identify the batch number)
- Unique ID
- Sample type (oil, flower, edible, etc)
- Batch size
- Sample Information including:
- Date of collection by testing lab
- Date received by testing lab
- Date of analysis for each test required
- Size of sample
- Analytical method used in the analysis required