Manufacturing & Cultivation

For those companies engaged in multiple types of industry operations, PFC offers multiple discipline certifications. This certification opportunity allows companies engaged in a combination of cultivation, manufacturing, and/or distribution to certify all areas with one PFC seal of approval denoting the combination of disciplines and a commitment to product safety for all aspects of their operation.

The Cultivation Certification process includes

Comprehensive staff training, a document review, a label review to verify product and marketing claims, a thorough facility inspection, and laboratory testing and a contaminant review to ensure there are no unsafe levels of contaminants.

The Manufacturing, Packaging, Labeling, & Holding certification process includes

Comprehensive staff training; document review; a label review to verify product identity, formulation, and marketing claims; a formulation review to identify and quantify dietary ingredients declared on the product label; a contaminant review and laboratory testing to ensure there are no unsafe levels of contaminants; & a thorough facility inspection.

For those companies engaged in multiple types of industry operations, PFC offers multiple discipline certifications. This certification opportunity allows companies engaged in a combination of cultivation, manufacturing, and/or distribution to certify all areas with one PFC seal of approval denoting the combination of disciplines and a commitment to product safety for all aspects of their operation.

The Cultivation Certification process includes

Comprehensive staff training, a document review, a label review to verify product and marketing claims, a thorough facility inspection, and laboratory testing and a contaminant review to ensure there are no unsafe levels of contaminants.

The Manufacturing, Packaging, Labeling, & Holding certification process includes

Comprehensive staff training; document review; a label review to verify product identity, formulation, and marketing claims; a formulation review to identify and quantify dietary ingredients declared on the product label; a contaminant review and laboratory testing to ensure there are no unsafe levels of contaminants; & a thorough facility inspection.


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