Klersun Announces Production Facility Expansion

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The new processing facility is estimated for completion in January of 2021.

Klersun has announced that it's expanding its processing facility to 15,000 ft2. The expansion will have a processing capability of 12,000 kg of distillate per month. It will use proprietary, in-house remediation techniques and specialize in distillation and post processing of a wide variety of hemp extracts, including water soluble solutions.

Previously: Robertet, Klersun Announce Joint Hemp Extract Venture

The new processing facility is estimated for completion in January of 2021, and it will be cGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practice) certified. The company received its organic certification under the USDA National Organic Program on April 1, 2020. The organic certification covers the full spectrum and broad spectrum hemp extracts in the Klersun product line.

In order to address the potential future regulatory path forward, Klersun proactively completed its safety assessment and self-affirmation that its broad spectrum hemp extracts are Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS), and expects to complete the toxicological work required for a New Dietary Ingredient Notification (NDIN) in Q2 of 2021.

“There is a tremendous difference in product quality and product claims on the hemp extract market today, and that is inherently problematic for our customers” says Frederick Schilling, CEO at Klersun. “Klersun is part of the solution, not the problem. From the very beginning, Klersun has taken initiatives to lead the way in terms of product quality and safety, for the betterment of the entire industry.”