Socati’s newest water soluble ingredients bring advanced microencapsulation technology from the food and beverage world into the hemp-derived ingredients market, delivering flavor and texture profiles unmatched by current offerings. Socati’s new water soluble ingredients are truly flavorless. Their unique properties enable manufacturers to incorporate hemp-derived cannabinoids into their products without the need for emulsifiers, surfactants, … Continue reading Socati debuts flavourless water soluble CBG-rich cannabinoid ingredients
Following phenomenal sales, and a rapid national expansion well beyond expectation, Australia’s first hemp water +hemp is releasing a new flavour this month. Natalie Moubarak, the 32-year-old founder of +hemp, has grown the brand – selling more than 100,000 units of the scientifically formulated beverage in just 11 months, with 427 Australian stockists. +hemp has … Continue reading Australia’s first hemp water launches new flavour
With a growing number of Australians paying more attention to what they put in and on their bodies, Euromonitor International has predicted the rise of the conscious consumer as one of the top 10 consumer trends for 2019. As consumers demonstrate that they are willing to pay a premium for natural, organic and healthy products, … Continue reading Naturally Good 2019 kicks off in a week
Australia’s largest cannabis event, the Hemp Health & Innovation Expo & Symposium is heading back to Sydney in May.
Manuka Pharma will source, develop and manufacture the product, while Bod has agreed to import the finished product into Australia for packaging.
Creso Pharma has formally launched its new joint venture company with LGC Capital and Baltic Beer Company to capitalise on the fast-growing cannabis and hemp-derived beverage markets.
With hemp food set to become officially legal for sale and consumption on November 12, Australia’s first hemp food taste testing event is coming to Melbourne.
The Australia and New Zealand Ministerial Forum on Food Regulation has approved the use of hemp seeds as food. The decision means that manufacturers in both countries will be able to legally produce products containing low levels of THC, the psychoactive component of cannabis. “The standard will take effect six months after it has been … Continue reading Hemp seeds approved for use in food
Following the recent approval of low-THC hemp seed products to be used as a food additive by FSANZ, hemp seeds may soon be coming to a food manufacturer near you.
Food regulator, Food Standard Australia and New Zealand has approved low-THC hemp seed products to be used as a food.
The Tasmanian Government is backing the push to approve hemp for use in food products sold in Australia and New Zealand.
Hemp foods may soon be on the Aussie kitchen table with regulators set to approve the plant for human consumption in April 2017.