Hemp distributors provide CBD products to retailers, wholesalers, and personal consumers at a cost significantly below the manufacturer’s price. Many also offer white label or private label options, which allow retailers to re-brand the CBD oil and other hemp-derived CBD products with their own branding.
When searching for a hemp-derived CBD distributor, it’s important to choose one that uses quality farming practices. This includes growing hemp using organic, non-GMO practices and avoiding pesticides and other inorganic compounds that can seep into the plant and affect the final product.
A good wholesaler will have third-party testing available for their production batches so that the consumer can see the levels of cannabinoids and terpenes contained in each CBD product. It’s also important to find a supplier that is transparent about their production practices and who identifies all stakeholders in the process, including workers, farmers, communities, and more.
Choosing the Right Hemp Distributor
Hemp textiles are made from the fibers of the hemp plant (Cannabis sativa). Hemp fibre is a strong and durable alternative to cotton, which can be difficult to spin into yarn due to its wrinkling tendency. Hemp fabric is often used to make clothing and accessories such as shirts, dresses, and other woven items.
Paper from Hemp Fibres
The fibrous material of the plant’s outer stem is the main source of the paper used in newspapers and magazines. It is more expensive than paper from wood pulp or recycled newsprint, however, due to the difficulty in separating useful fibers from the less-useful ones.