CiiTECH, has been providing consumers across Europe and the United Kingdom with cutting-edge cannabis innovation, partnering with leading institutions and companies to deliver unrivalled CBD knowledge and products through its flagship CBD brand Provacan. Since 2017, CiiTECH has strived to raise standards and has been a member of the Cannabis Trades Association (CTA), which it recently renewed for 2020.
As the globe continues its rapid acceptance of cannabis and CBD products, cannabis biotech company CiiTECH has been focusing on discovering, developing and commercializing CBD products for the European and United Kingdom market.
Combining the excellence of Israeli cannabis science and innovation with leading institutions across Europe, CiiTECH has been able to use this knowledge to provide consumers with an unrivalled level of service and quality. As part of its commitment to this quality, the company has been a member of the Cannabis Trades Association (CTA) UK since 2017.
Formally known as the Hemp Trades Association UK Limited, the CTA is the only registered not-for-profit company in the industry. This means that each member maintains a share in the association and all surpluses are put back into events designed to benefit the CBD industry and consumers. As of September 2019, there were over 1,100 members across Europe, America and Canada, who between them were responsible for selling around $2.27 billion worth of products each year.
The Cannabis Trades Association is also dedicated to inspiring a new generation of entrepreneurs and researchers to examine cannabis in a new light. Not only is it striving to transform the public’s perception of the plant, but it is also working with its members to create a new range of industry standards and certification; ensuring there is a continuous level of quality across the board.
By being members of the Cannabis Trades Association, CiiTECH is cementing its commitment to providing consumers in the UK and Europe with the highest possible quality of CBD products. It also follows the CTA’s marketing compliance, ensuring that all products it produces and retails in the United Kingdom meet the Food Labelling Regulations 1996 standard.
As cannabis reform becomes increasingly closer, the standardisation being introduced and maintained by the Cannabis Trades Association will help to provide consumers with the confidence in the products they are buying.