Socati rolls out private label cannabinoid line

David Salazar
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Broad-spectrum hemp extract processor Socati has unveiled its private label offering. The Austin, Texas-based company’s lineup allows for customization of the ratios of such cannabinoids as CBD, CBG and CBD in the final products, which also contain a non-detectable amount of THC. 

Socati noted that it offers a concept-to-market partnership to work with companies looking to develop new lines or augment existing offerings. The company employs agronomists, geneticists, food scientists and marketers that it says enables a speedy and efficient launch process. 

“With the creation of Socati’s private label division, we’re able to provide an efficient route to market for those looking to introduce new hemp-infused products or improve existing product manufacturing processes,” said Josh Epstein, Socati CEO. “It means brands and product innovators can respond quickly to changing consumer tastes and market trends, developing and launching high specification, quality products at speed and scale without tying up their existing manufacturing capacity or setting up their own costly infrastructure.” 

The company’s private label products include water-soluble crystalized flavor powder, organic and vegan gummies, tinctures using natural flavorings or essential oils, softgels and two-piece capsules. 

Socati said it has a Montana-based cannabinoid ingredient manufacturing facility that complies with Global Food Safety Initiative-recognized benchmarking and adheres to good manufacturing practice standards. Socati said its offerings also are tested and verified by third-party labs, as well as non-GMO and kosher. 

Socati has created a video to highlight its ingredients process.