GenCanna Label Requirement Guidelines
Below are some standard label requirements to keep in mind when designing labels printed by GenCanna for products created by GenCanna. Please adhere to these requirements to ensure full compliance.
*In addition to these guidelines, please research your own states label requirements as food packaging requirements can vary by state.
WHAT TO DO:
- When creating your label, please use a minimum font size of 6pt
- Use the term “Nutrition Facts” instead of “Supplement Facts”
- When creating your ingredient list, put ingredients in a list of descending order as it relates to concentration.
- Include accurate serving sizes.
- Include directions for use.
- Include total CBD content.
- Include total volume.
- Indicate whether the product is whole hemp extract or THC Free.
- Include applicable warning.
- Explain storage/use instructions.
- Share an FDA statement
- Include Company Name & Address (Contact Info)
- Include a Batch/lot number
- Use the term “Hemp-derived CBD” to avoid confusion with Cannabis-derived CBD.
- Include the term “Shake Well” or “Mix Well”
- Include the term “Made in USA”
WHAT NOT TO DO:
- Use illegible fonts
- Use term “Supplement” or “supplement facts” panel.
- Use term “dose”
- Make unsubstantiated claims
- Indicate side effects
- Use terms “cannabis, weed, marijuana”
- Have language that indicates cure or treatment
EXAMPLE OF LABEL CONTENTS LAYOUT
Below is an example of how label requirements could be laid out. You do not need to copy the layout of this document, however, consider how you can fit all required information into your own label.
**Nutritional facts will vary depending on your product. Please consult with GenCanna to get the CORRECT product specific nutrition facts for your product. **
WARNING LABEL SUGGESTION
FDA Statements example:
“The statements made regarding this product have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA Approved research. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.”