A QR Code on your product packaging will allow consumers to view your test results online from their mobile device – saving you label space and at the same time enriching your label by making additional information available online!
Organoleptics is based in ISO methodology and FDA regulation for conducting scientific testing in which sensory evaluation is used to evaluate quality of product. For cannabis, it is a complex test designed to provide a quality evaluation metric that looks well beyond the THC quantity of the plant, and considers a multitude of variables to identify and express the merits … Read More
WHAT DOES IT MEAN? When you see this PTWC logo on the package of a cannabis product, it means the product was tested for the presence of pesticides by Confidence Analytics, a Certified Cannabis Testing Laboratory. This is your indication that the product has undergone rigorous laboratory analysis to provide accurate labeling and ensure the product is free of excessive … Read More
We’re excited to announce that our extended cannabinoid analysis method is ready to launch! For all customers testing flower and concentrates, you will now start to see results on your CoA for: d8-THC – delta-8 Tetrahydrocannabinol THCV – Tetrahydrocannabivarin THCVA – Tetrahydrocannabivarin Acid CBDV – Cannabidivarin CBT – Cannabicitran These are all in addition to our existing compound list of THC, THCA, CBD, CBDA, … Read More
What you need to know The WSLCB has opened up a CR101 rulemaking regarding pesticide testing. Public comment period is now. The LCB have outlined the reasons for this rulemaking, which include: Seek more alignment with DOH’s Compliant Products Rules (i.e. differences in lot vs. harvest sampling) Increase efficiencies in testing adult-use and compliant products Increase the availability of compliant … Read More
We are very excited to announce that Confidence Analytics is expanding its operations beyond the borders of Washington state. Our lab is proud to be a leader in Washington for honest and consistent quality assurance services, with worldwide recognition for our outstanding science published in Nature magazine. We are excited to bring our institutional knowledge to the rest of the … Read More
What? Going forward, we are changing our policy on uncured (wet) flower samples for pesticide testing: we are no longer able to accept them uncured. Why? With our recent price drop on pesticide screening, we’ve seen an increase in the number of wet flower samples that we receive. Previously, it was a rare occurrence, so we would let the samples … Read More