Environmental Working Group Awards Its ‘Verified’ Seal To First CBD Brand, Prima
The “EWG VERIFIED” mark, and Prima’s recently earned B Corp certification, should help to bolster the company’s purpose-driven, “beyond clean” claims in consumers’ esteem. At a time of regulatory uncertainty, mounting litigation and outstanding safety questions, distinguishing one’s CBD brand from bad actors and mere opportunists increasingly is the name of the game.
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