Manufacturing, Distribution & 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 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; and a thorough facility inspection.

The Distribution certification process includes

Comprehensive staff training, document review, a label review to verify product formulation and marketing claims, and laboratory testing to ensure there are no unsafe levels of contaminants in products provided to patients.

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.

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 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; and a thorough facility inspection.

The Distribution certification process includes

Comprehensive staff training, document review, a label review to verify product formulation and marketing claims, and laboratory testing to ensure there are no unsafe levels of contaminants in products provided to patients.

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.