CXP D10, CXP D5, and CXP G5 are all produced using a proprietary technology used to bind cannabinoid distillates with the organic fibres
Raw material provider Jordan Process has achieved Nutrasource ICAP (International Cannabinoid Analysis Programme) certification for three of its standardised cannabis extract powders.
CXP D10, CXP D5, and CXP G5 are all produced using a proprietary technology used to bind cannabinoid distillates with the organic fibres, enabling integration into natural product lines.
ICAP is a third-party cannabinoid compliance certification programme for manufacturers and brands covering CBD, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ-9-THC), and other cannabinoid products. It ensures consumer products and ingredients meet label claims related to the concentration of THC, CBD, and other minor cannabinoids. The programme also verifies products have been tested for contaminants such as heavy metals, pesticides, residual solvents, mycotoxins, and microbial contamination.
“Here at Jordan Process, we are very excited for CXP to receive ICAP certification. We believe CXP is a very important product due to it easily allowing manufacturers to integrate our ingredients into new or existing natural product lines. CXP is a compliant free-flowing powder that is perfect for high-speed encapsulation,” said Joseph Wilson, CXP Product Manager at Olistica Group.
“This ICAP program enables businesses with certified CBD ingredients to be compliant with a variety of regulatory and retail requirements, such as the proposed New York regulations for CBD products,” said Will Rowe, CEO of Nutrasource. “In maintaining Jordan Processes’ dedication to transparency, the customer now has an added level of confidence in the quality, purity, and safety of these products.”