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What to know about importing CBD into France?

Among the EU nations, France has the patchiest history when it comes to legalizing CBD products. There have been lots of ups and downs. The country has been most resistant to legalizing CBD. Even worse, it has a history of creating troubles for CBD importers and retailers. However, fortunately, all that is over now, and it is entirely legal to import CBD in France.

France is among the largest grower of hemp in the EU. However, it has been reluctant to allow widespread imports of CBD products into its local markets. It has also been hesitant in legalizing the free sales of CBD through retail chains.

France is indeed a part of the EU, and for all member states, EU rules hold a higher value than local laws. However, that is in theory. In practice, there is lots of difference in how EU rules are implemented in various nations.

Many people have earlier got into trouble for importing CBD products into France. Thus, it is vital to understand the history of those events for those looking to import CBD into France.

Since the legalization of CBD in the EU, many started to import. However, one unfortunate incident occurred in 2019, when an organization was fined for importing CBD into France. The organization and its owners got hefty fines for importing CBD into the nation, even though they imported CBD legally produced in other EU states.

Thus, the organization filed a case in EU court and got a ruling in their favour in May 2020. The EU court ruled that the French government cannot ban the import of CBD or consider it illegal if it was legally produced in other EU nations.

French Supreme Court opens the market for importers, but?

However, things did not end here. French authorities continued to harass the retailers. If retailers could not sell CBD products freely, importing them would not make any commercial sense. Fortunately, that has also finally changed. In June 2021, the Criminal Section of the French Supreme Court (Cour de cassation, Chambre Criminelle) eventually ruled that import, sales, and possessing of CBD are legal in France if such products were produced legally in other member states.

But there are still some uncertainties. Many people noted that the ruling specifically mentioned the legality of cannabis extract from fibre and seeds. However, cannabis fibre and seeds do not contain CBD. It means that there are still some unclarities that remain.

Overview of French CBD Regulations and Laws

The EU ruling that France should not ban CBD products or the French Supreme Court’s decision makes things a bit clearer. However, not entirely. Further, things are made complicated by other rules and regulations. 

It would be safe to say that importing hemp seed oil, seeds, hemp fibre, hemp seed flour, and defatted hemp seeds into France is entirely legal. This would not require any legal permissions except certificates proving the quality of the products. One may also need to prove that hemp seed and its products were derived from hemp varieties or cultivars that are legal to grow in the EU zone.

However, when it comes to CBD, it seems that things are clear and yet not. It appears that France has accepted the EU laws, but with some limitations. Therefore, it is too early to say if importing CBD oil into France would not cause trouble. However, it is entirely possible that products with EU wide approval of novel food products may be imported legally into France.

Nevertheless, one cannot import raw hemp plant products like its buds or leaves into France.

Additionally, it is worth noticing that some CBD products might be banned due to other reasons like health concerns specific to that nation. It means that EU law allows individual countries to decide on some issues. Thus, France may still ban CBD imports by stating that it is bad for the health of their people. In Frances, ANSES runs the so-called nutrivigilance, collecting safety data of food products.

Requirements for Importing CBD into France

When importing CBD products into France, always make sure that the THC level is below 0.2%. It is even better to import only THC free products. Quite often, controlling agencies would use rapid reagent tests to see if it contains THC or not. If the test comes positive, they will send the samples for further lab tests to quantify the amount of THC in a CBD product.

Secondly, it is worth understanding that any CBD plant parts, like flower, stem, or leaves, should never be imported into France. Import of plant parts is still illegal.

However, hemp seed, hemp fibre, hemp seed flour, or other products derived from hemp fibre or seeds are completely legal to import and have almost minimal requirements.

For CBD products, one would need to provide a certificate stating that the product has been registered by the office of the European Commission as a Novel Food. Additionally, it would be a good idea to enclose a certificate of origin along with the shipment. Finally, certification of analysis is also a must, as it will serve as evidence that the product has THC within the permitted limits and does not contain other harmful impurities.

Needless to say, that importing person should have a registered legal entity. In France, it is essential to register with the Chambre de Commerce (RCS), to engage in any import or export activity. Further, EORI (Economic Operator Registration and Identification) registration or number is a must for import and export.

Importing CBD into France within the EU

It is pretty straightforward. One would still need novel food registration or approval from the EU. It is generally done online by submitting an application to the E-submission Food Chain Platform. This approval is received by the manufacturer and not by the importer. However, the importer needs to provide its copy as proof of approval when clearing goods from customs. Additionally, customs would ask for certification of origin and certificate of analysis.

In the case of taxation, it is much simpler than importing from outside. As a rule, there are no customs duties on goods imported from another EU member state. However, it is a bit more complex with VAT. In that case, it is good if the exporter pays VAT. However, the exporter must have a VAT number that is visible in the EU VIES system. It is a unique VAT number that is valid throughout the EU. Hence, the exporter pays the VAT and adds it to the invoice. Thus, the importer would be paying the cost of the goods along with VAT to the exporter.

Importing CBD into France to Sell from non-EU state

It is far more complex, both from a regulatory point of view and duties. To begin with, one needs to get a novel food approval for the product. It is done by the European Commission and European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). It is generally the first step.

Additionally, the exporter needs to provide some other documents regarding the biosafety of the shipment. For example, there is a need for a certificate of analysis and certificate of origin. Additional documents needed are the packing list and invoice.

When some business imports goods from outside the EU, both the VAT and customs are applicable. Thus, one would need to know about the so-called HS code or customs code for the product, as this number should be mentioned on the invoice. HS code decides how much duty should an importer pay on goods. Additionally, the importer would need to pay VAT.

For goods coming from certain countries, France may ask for local lab certification of goods. The local lab would test for active ingredients, additives, impurities, microbiological safety. This certificate may be especially needed when distributing the product.

Importing Hemp into France

Imported hemp could be pretty simple to completely illegal in France. Importing hemp flowers, leaves or stems are unallowed. On the other hand, hemp seeds, hemp seed flour, hemp fibre, and other products made of hemp seed or fibre are legal and do not need any regulatory clearances.

It is vital to understand that CBD and hemp seed or fibre products are very different things, although both might come from the same plant. Hemp seed or its fibre products are naturally CBD and THC free. Thus, hemp seed flour may qualify as just any other food item. On the other hand, hemp fibre of its products might be eligible as industrial goods. Nevertheless, most of the products can be imported with minimal documentation. Nonetheless, one would still need to know about the HS code, and customs duty and VAT are applicable to these products.

To conclude, CBD in France is legal. However, the importation of CBD in France is not simple. France does follow EU hemp regulation. Therefore, doing business is relatively simpler for European CBD companies. Nonetheless, even EU companies might sometimes get into trouble. However, things are changing fast, and it is always a good idea to consult a customs agent or broker before importing any CBD product in France.

2023 update:

Importing CBD into France is subject to specific regulations as a novel food.1 CBD-infused products must undergo stringent evaluations and gain approval from the European Food Safety Authority before legal marketing in France.2 These regulations, including strict THC limits, have remained unchanged in recent years. Complying with these requirements is crucial for importers to ensure legal compliance and avoid potential issues. As the CBD industry continues to grow, businesses must stay updated on France's evolving regulations to successfully import and sell CBD products in the country.3

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Analysis of the CBD Cosmetic Market

The CBD cosmetics market has been growing continuously for a decade and the year 2022 was no different. This trend of rising popularity is largely a product of the growing awareness about the advantages of CBD in skincare and beauty products. This means that the public is more prone to accepting these kinds of products, especially when it comes to skin conditions such as dry skin, eczema, psoriasis and even acne. 

Times were never so exciting for investing in the CBD cosmetic market. The year 2021 has been revolutionary in many ways. It demonstrated how mature and resilient the industry is as it kept growing even in pandemics. But more vitally, it has been a year of improved European regulations. 

The European Union has finally recognized cannabidiol (CBD) as safe for adding to cosmetics. Until now, only synthetic CBD could be added to cosmetics. But in February 2021, the EU added cannabis extract or resin or tincture to the CosIng database, which is the European database of components that may be added to cosmetics. This means that it is recognised as safe for adding to cosmetics, and thus increasing the requirement for organic CBD oil. This decision has definitely provided a much-needed impetus to the CBD cosmetic industry. As lack of clarity in specific regulations, the risk of being fined kept European manufacturers from venturing into the CBD cosmetic market.

In fact, European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA) proposes a three-tier approach in its position paper:

  • To strictly regulate high dose CBD products and consider them as medications.
  • Recognize a medium dose of up to 70 mg/d as food supplements, thus allowing its wider use, like silymarin, ginkgo biloba, or certain vitamins.
  • Allow wider use of low concentration CBD in food products, cosmetics, and other items for daily use.

But the progress did not stop here. Although there have not been any major changes in the past year, the debate about CBD in cosmetics is as alive as ever and has made the European market of CBD infused cosmetics and self care products a fast growing industry. The most obvious obstacle that is holding back this region is that every country has its own specific laws. This makes it more difficult for manufacturers who have to tweak their products to satisfy each country’s preferences.

CBD Cosmetic Market Size

The CBD infused cosmetic market remains quite disintegrated, and numerous players dominate it, some of them being: Infineon Technologies AG, The CBD Skincare Co, Endoca BV, Cronos Group Inc, Joy Organics, Elixinol Limited and many more.However, such a scenario offers lots of opportunities for new entrants since entering the consolidated market dominated by just a few brands would be more challenging.

There is poor understanding regarding the exact size of the global CBD cosmetic market, as data is quite hazy. But The analyst has been monitoring the CBD-infused cosmetics market and it is poised to grow by $ 3.15 bn during 2022-2026. And what is more attractive is that this segment continues to be fast growing.

CBD has provided many small-time players to come up with value-added, premium cosmetics. However, the good thing about CBD infused cosmetics is that many lesser-known players are able to charge a much higher price for their products. 

CBD is now in almost every kind of cosmetic product ranging from beauty products like mascara to skincare creams, moisturizers, facemasks, oils, cleansers. It is also more prominent in products for acne treatments.Some companies are also introducing CBD infused products for more specific needs like helping with oily skin, managing acne, reducing skin irritation, and much more.

CBD Cosmetic Industry Growth

Here again, the projections differ. Nonetheless, the market report by Technavio suggests that the market has witnessed a CAGR of nearly 25% in the last few years, and this growth rate is only expected to accelerate.

Figure 1: Technavio report on CBD cosmetics and expected growth

Despite the steady growth of the European market, there is no doubt that the US continues to dominate the market. It is because the EU has been more stringent regarding the widespread use of CBD. Furthermore, European agencies took longer to legalize CBD infused cosmetics. 

In addition to being the biggest market region, the US will also continue to see the biggest growth: over 40 % of global market growth is expected to originate from this region. However, the EU is picking up the pace and may even become as strong as the US market in the near future, or even exceed it.

Entering this segment may help existing CBD manufacturers to expand their portfolio. In addition, the existing cosmetic producers are starting to come up with their own CBD infused cosmetic products,which is strengthening the market even more. It is evident that CBD infused cosmetics will continue to enjoy premium prices in the foreseeable future.

Current CBD Cosmetic Industry Trends

Most trends clearly indicate that CBD is bound to become one of the essential components in the cosmetics industry. The ongoing research will ensure its growth and supply new, innovative products to keep the market interesting.

Many chose products with CBD because of its benefits for skin like antioxidants, skin conditioning, skin protection, and even anti-sebum. It can considerably help overcome skin redness, dullness and has a calming effect. 

This is why customers are not just looking for a beauty product but also to get rid of some minor skin- related issues. To accommodate this demand, vendors are focusing on making specific products that implement new strategies to help with hair and skin related issues. Many focus on creating premium ranges to try and enter the luxury market. This is an effective strategy to secure your place in the industry. And as luxury products become more popular, the demand for more affordable options also rises, creating a steady increase in popularity. The luxury market is also a great place for introducing organic cosmetics including ingredients such as aloe vera, sea salt, shea butter, mango seed butter, lanolin, and others, which are preferred by consumers at present.

CBD oil is still quite a new trend in cosmetics, as evident from the graph below. Although there has been some interest in it for the last 10 years, it has really picked up from 2017 onwards. The growth of interest in CBD oil is incredible.

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U.S. CBD skin care market size, by type, 2015-2025 (USD Million)

Is CBD going to be the next big thing in cosmetics? The trends of the beauty industry seem to confirm that. We may start seeing some more CBD oil makeup products start popping up in the near future.

Figure 2: Sudden increase in "CBD skincare" search since 2019 (source: Google trends)

Essentia Pura's Analysis of the CBD Cosmetic Market

Here are Essentia Pura's takes on the CBD cosmetic market:

  • It is still a nascent market, with low market access costs
  • There has been a sudden increase in interest in CBD cosmetics since 2019, thus a sudden upsurge expected in the market in coming years
  • CBD market in EU may pose CAGR of above 30% for next five years, or at least up to 2025
  • The legalization of natural CBD extract and its addition to the CosIng database will further boost the EU CBD cosmetics market
  • One can still expect a premium price for CBD cosmetics 
  • Demand for CBD cosmetics private label will increase

The market’s strongest area continues to be skincare, boasting the largest range of different products. Medical news today lists the best CBD products to be lip balms, serums and face and body creams. Many of these items have the common characteristic of being hydrating. Another great source if you want to try some new CBD infused cosmetics is allure, who created a list of products with the help of their readers.

Opportunities for CBD Cosmetic Businesses in 2022

CBD can be added to almost every kind of cosmetic product. Therefore, it does not essentially have to be targeted at managing some skin conditions. In fact, decorative cosmetics will remain a bigger segment than cosmeceuticals. Thus, more people would buy CBD infused mascara or day-to-day skincare products than CBD products for managing acne.

People buy CBD cosmetics due to perceived benefits. They believe that CBD cosmetics are in some way superior, and it may be the case in some instances. Thus, CBD infused creams, moisturizers, serums, soaps, masks, lip balms, and eye balms are all in trend and offer opportunities.

To conclude, CBD cosmetics offer an excellent opportunity to expand the existing CBD business. It is an equally good segment for newcomers. It is still a segment in its infancy, ready to witness a boom in the coming years. Take your step into the CBD cosmetic market with our white label CBD skincare line. Fill the contact form for your order or send us an e-mail with any questions or concerns about our products.

Take your step into the CBD cosmetic market with our white label CBD skincare line. Fill the contact form for your order or send us an e-mail with any questions or concerns about our products.

Exploring the Water Soluble CBD Market

Introducing Water Soluble CBD

Days of offering clients just a CBD oil are over. There is intense competition in the market. Thus, a successful CBD company must offer its clients value-added products. It is also vital to provide a wide range of products. Differentiating the product from others is the key to success. And offering products with better bioavailability in a greater range may help. For example, water soluble CBD may offer an edge over competitors, helping enhance the range of products.

The Water Soluble CBD Market

The water soluble CBD market is relatively nascent yet. It means that it is the right time to explore this segment. Almost every day, there is news for one or another manufacturing launching its water soluble series in the market. At present, most launches of water soluble CBD are happening in larger markets like the UK or Germany. However, it is worth understanding that many EU markets like France or Nordic regions will grow quite fast in the near future. As a result, the European CBD market is expected to grow by at least 400% in coming four years.

Water Soluble CBD’s use in the Food industry

Almost all food items require adding water, and only some foods have added oils. It means that water soluble CBD offers innumerable opportunities. Theoretically, it can be added to any food item without any changes to the original recipe. Did you know that cannabis edibles have been consumed for thousands of years? In India, marijuana-infused sweets and beverages are offered to lord shiva. It is a tradition people have been practicing since the Vedic era, that is, for the last few thousand years. Offering cannabis edibles is a part of rituals. That is why marijuana-based products (full-spectrum CBD with high THC) were never banned in the holy city of Varanasi. Here are some of the most common water-soluble CBD food items available these days:

Baked goods

Some manufacturers are already producing CBD-infused cookies in small batches. However, due to issues related to shelf-life and specific regulatory challenges, CBD-based baked products are generally made in small quantities for local sales. Therefore, producing a range of CBD-baked products may be a good idea for smaller manufacturers.

Chocolate

Europeans are the largest per capita consumers of chocolates. As chocolate has a good shelf life, there are already many manufactures into it. The good thing is that, quite like regular chocolate, people can use CBD chocolate to make their favorite recipes like brownies, chocolate-dipped cones, and much more.

Gummies & candies

Gummies and candies are among the most common and preferred ways of consuming CBD. They can be produced in innumerable flavors and types. Of course, one may use regular CBD isolate powder or CBD crystals to make them. However, water soluble CBD isolate would provide much higher bioavailability.

Snacks foods

It is another less explored area by manufacturers. Sportspeople love CBD. One may produce CBD-infused energy bars, high CBD hemp protein bars. These are examples of excellent value-added products, as they provide CBD along with other health benefits. One may position their product as something that helps with quicker recovery post-workout, and so on.

Cooking ingredients

On searching the internet, one may readily understand how underexplored this segment is. For those selling CBD products via retail chains, supermarkets, cooking ingredients could be an excellent idea. One may add CBD to various blends of spices, baking powders, and much more.

Condiments

CBD-infused sauces are already making their way to the shelves of certain retail chains.

Water Soluble CBD’s use in the Beverage industry

This is where water soluble CBD excels. After all, one cannot create water-based drinks using CBD oil. The market trend is usually to create sparkling CBD water/drinks. There could be three options for most manufacturers:

CBD infused energy drinks

It is no secret that CBD is mainly loved for its ability to help fight pain and its calming effect. Such drinks may be targeted towards those living an active lifestyle, though not necessarily. One may even create a pre or post-workout drink.

CBD infused soothing drinks

Many people love the calming effect of CBD. Thus, it is a common idea to create CBD drinks infused with extracts of other calming herbs like chamomile, lavender, ashwagandha. These drinks could be good for countering mild episodes of fear and anxiety. They may also help sleep better.

CBD infused flavored or refreshing drinks 

It is the most straightforward approach of adding CBD to commonly used various flavored or refreshing drinks. Such drinks are usually for frequent consumption, and thus only small amounts of CBD need to be added to them.

Water Soluble CBD’s use in the Cosmetic industry

Infusing CBD to cosmetic products helps create cosmeceuticals, products that not only enhance beauty but have some health benefits, too. Topical use of CBD is supported by science, as there is evidence of endocannabinoid system (ECS) in the skin. Dysregulation of ECS may have a role in eczema, psoriasis, and even skin cancer. CBD topical products may offer some unique benefits. CBD may help enhance the hydrating, moisturizing, anti-inflammatory effect of some products. In addition, CBD may help reduce skin itching, slow down skin aging, and much more.  Although CBD oil may be used to produce CBD cosmetics, water-soluble may help create non-sticky unique skincare products. Following products good could be a good option to enter the CBD cosmetics market:

Skincare serum

Serum for special skin concerns like acne. CBD may help due to its mild antimicrobial activity and anti-inflammatory action.

Powders

These are generally for preventing skin itching, especially during summer. Such a powder may also help prevent skin allergies caused by certain fabrics.

Makeup cleansers

Makeup cleanser with anti-inflammatory action may be quite an attractive product.

Moisturizers

Moisturizing creams are one of the most commonly used products. However, adding water soluble CBD may have some additional benefits in such products.

Sunburns soothing cream

CBD may help reduce skin inflammation and irritation caused by sunburns. 

Massage gel 

Oil-based massage creams or massage oils are indeed loved by many, but not all. Some individuals do not like oily skin left after the massage. Water soluble CBD-based oil-free massage gel may be a great option for many.

Lip balm

Water soluble CBD may be especially effective in preventing local irritation, cracking of lips.

Evening skincare gel

Many people like to apply skincare gels in the evening. When skincare products are applied to the skin before going to bed, they have ample time to work.

Shampoo

CBD shampoos are often recommended for preventing hair loss. In addition, CBD may help due to its antimicrobial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory action. To conclude, the above are just some of the unique ways to enter a highly competitive CBD market. One may procure water soluble CBD isolate or full spectrum water soluble CBD wholesale and start producing some of these products.

Cosmetics, food, or beverages? Let us know where you think water soluble CBD shines the most. And to make your water soluble formulations happen, contact us on this page.

Start Your Own CBD Business

CBD has become a buzzword lately, gathering increasing attention in the business world and press alike, which has caused a massive wave of investment in CBD and an unprecedented market growth. Perhaps you are thinking of joining the thriving CBD business community or you have heard about a business proposition regarding CBD and are just wondering what it is all about.

CBD EU laws compliant
CBD is a substance derived from the hemp plant

CBD basics

Before making any decision you should thoroughly familiarize yourself with the topic.

What exactly is CBD?

It is a chemical substance extracted from the hemp plant (lat.: cannabis sativa) and is thought to have numerous health benefits. For example, it is believed to help ease the suffering of people afflicted with a number of serious diseases, such as various types of cancer.

Additionally, CBD also has shown promising results in treating chronic health problems like epilepsy, anxiety, and insomnia. 

It should be stressed that CBD should not be confused with THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), though. THC is another chemical component of hemp. But unlike CBD, THC is a psychoactive substance that causes the so-called “cannabis high”. CBD, on the other hand, has no such properties. Thus, legislation against the use of CBD is being relaxed in more and more countries around the world.

Why Start Your Own CBD Business?

CBD is rapidly growing in popularity and makes headlines all around the world. Particularly in Europe, where more and more countries are relaxing their laws regarding CBD. Where legal, products containing CBD can now be freely purchased for therapeutic use and even to self-medicate. 

As CBD products are taking off big time, they represent a fantastic opportunity for proactive individuals to get into a potentially lucrative business. There is a proverb which says that “iron must be forged while it’s red hot” – and it translates perfectly to the CBD phenomenon. Eventually, more entrepreneurs will discover CBD products and jump on the business bandwagon. But as of yet, the idea is still relatively new. So, to stick with that proverb, the iron should be forged now; not later. If you start your own CBD business at this point you’ll have a high chance to be among the first. But if you wait for another year or two, you’re likely going to be just one of the countless others.

Industry intelligence from other new product launches in the past suggests that entrepreneurs who get in early usually reap great benefits from their business. Just think about smartphones or even the first vaping pens. Had you kicked off a business with these early on, you’d be very happy and financially comfortable today. Latecomers, on the other hand, have to battle against the ever tougher competition – and subsequently often falter due to that pressure.

Which Type of CBD Business Should You Start?

A rapidly growing market such as CBD is full of surprises and unpredictable events. Some of the market reports available online may be used as a great tool to help you decide how to position yourself when starting a CBD business.

To quickly recap, there are two main options on how to start your own CBD business:

You could choose to work for somebody as their agent or affiliate. Or you could go it all alone, being your own boss from the beginning.

Let’s take a quick look at both options:

You could hook up with an established company that has already rolled out its own brand of CBD products; or several. If so, you’d sell or distribute that company’s branded merchandise in return for a sales commission or other financial arrangement. Alternatively to that you could also choose to go into the dropshipping business.

But a much better way is to create your very own company and sell CBD products under your own brand name. And at your own profit, mind you! Most developed countries make it rather easy to register a new company. In most cases (and unless you want to go really, really “big”) you won’t even need to rent office space. Registering your home address as your business location is usually an option.In order to that you can contact various white label or private label manufacturers - if you are interested in the difference you can learn more about that here.

How to Sell Your CBD Products

Again, you have a choice between two general paths:

You could open one or several physical stores and stock them with your CBD products, selling them directly over the counter to walk-in customers. To do so will almost certainly require some substantial investment. Not only would you need to rent store space, but you also must put up furnishings and stock the shelves with product.

Then there are monthly utility bills to pay, such as electricity. And if you employ store clerks, they’ll expect reasonable salaries. But in the age of the internet, it is of course quite easy to go the online store route instead.

Design an attractive website in which you showcase your CBD products that visitors can order with a simple mouse click. You don’t even need to hire an expensive web designer to accomplish that task.

There are countless websites that provide design templates that are very easy to use even for absolute novices. Most of them let you use basic design elements for free. If you want something fancier, you’ll have to pay a small fee.

One example of a great do-it-yourself website design provider is Wix. But a bit of googling is going to yield dozens of others that are just as good. Besides helping you set up your website these providers generally also register your domain name and host your website; both at a manageable fee.

Once your online store is up and running, you’re ready to accept online orders and ship them off to your customers.

Creating Your Own CBD Brand

Instead of selling another company’s CBD products, the preferable solution for you is to create your very own CBD brand.

First, you’d need to think of a catchy brand name, of course. It can be as quirky and funny or as respectable and “down to earth” as you like. But whatever you come up with: Your brand name should be memorable and stick to prospective customers’ minds. Another task is to design an attractive brand logo. And developing suitable and attractive packaging is important, too.

Last but not least, you must of course offer a range of unique products in order to start your own CBD business. After all, something has to go into that eye-catching packaging that bears your brand label, right? If you have the skills to accomplish all of that on your own, then fine. If you don’t, you can still cheaply hire people on freelancer websites such as Upwork and others.

But there is an even easier way by using the comprehensive services of Essentia Pura. The Slovenian company is one of the leading CBD product manufacturers in Europe and offers an amazing variety of support options.

For instance, using your product specifications Essentia Pura can manufacture products of any kind for you – CBD oil, CBD extract, CBD isolate or CBD crystals. Or even CBD liquid. The firm also maintains a professional R&D department able to turn your creative brainstorming ideas into any type of packaging that you might need.

And yes, they even can design your unique brand logo for you!

Getting the Products to Start Your Own CBD Business

Essentia Pura’s state-of-the-art factory produces CBD of the highest quality, extracting it from naturally-grown hemp as the sole raw material. Depending on your business model, you can order unbranded CBD oil, isolate or extract from the company in bulk quantities as components for making your own CBD products.

Alternatively, you can discuss with Essentia Pura to manufacture ready-to-market branded products for you. The company will adhere to the exact product specifications that you give them. Or let Essentia Pura’s highly experienced development team create a bespoke brand for you from scratch.

You even could supply them with hemp plants from your own sources, if you so wish.

As you can see, the company is extremely versatile in its all-round approach.

Having a Reliable Supplier is Crucial

A quick internet browsing brings up a multitude of CBD product suppliers from all corners of the world. On closer inspection, many among them may turn out to be mere agents of larger companies. Or they are resellers that market other company’s products.

Yet other suppliers may raise suspicions regarding their merchandise quality, which may well turn out to be sub-standard. It is, therefore, best to put your trust in a reliable supplier with a proven track record.

Essentia Pura manufactures all its CBD products in its own factory. Nothing is purchased from third parties. That gives Essentia Pura full control over its product quality, which is constantly assessed and verified in the firm’s lab.

Research and developement
Rigorous quality control is a matter of routine at Essentia Pura

All hemp plants the company uses in the extraction process and subsequent manufacturing of CBD products have been grown naturally.

No chemically synthesized substances ever find their way into Essentia Pura products. Merchandise such as CBD isolate or CBD crystals are guaranteed by the company to be of the highest purity grade achievable with current technologies.

This gives customers the confidence that they always will receive top-notch supplies.

Essentia Pura, Your One-Stop CBD Partner

If you want to start your own CBD business, Essentia Pura is the perfect choice to be your one-stop partner.

Whether you order white label CBD products such as isolate, crystals or oil in smaller quantities or in bulk, the company lends you the same high level of support.

Cbd Oil is legal only for personal usage
Whatever your CBD product requirements: Essentia Pura can oblige

And if you have toyed with the thought of establishing your own brand, there is no easier way than to simply get in touch with Essentia Pura. The company’s dedicated support team is eager to discuss your requirements. They will take you through all steps of making your own CBD product brand become a reality.

From determining a suitable product range to devising a logo and packaging that effectively communicates your brand image: Essentia Pura is there for you.

Best of all, you can always rest assured to receive uncompromising quality and high attention to detail.

Essentia Pura’s Customer Agents Are Always Available. Contact Us At Info@Essentiapura.Com Or Call Us On +38651362880 Today.