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Our food raw materials and finished products are tested for various parameters by independent, accredited laboratories. These include analysis of microbiology, THC, pesticide and heavy metal levels. For safe products, right from the start.

Hemp is naturally gluten-free. However, it cannot be avoided one hundred percent that a few gluten-containing grains lead to minor cross-contamination in the field due to wind or the like.
Before purchasing the goods, we assess them for foreign contamination. Only the best quality is accepted by us and used for production. In addition, we also have inconspicuous goods tested for gluten content within our monitoring system in a laboratory accredited for this method.
According to Codex Alimentarius, goods with < 20 mg/kg gluten are considered gluten-free.
Further information on the labeling of foods with regard to gluten can also be found at the following link (last page):

Foods made from hemp seeds (hemp seed oil, hemp flours, etc.) are excluded by name in the current Novel Food Recommendation of the European Commission.

We do not analyze our products for cannabidiol, as experience has shown that the CBD content tends to be low.
This is due to the fact that high CBD content is usually accompanied by higher THC content, which must be avoided in food.

Hempro Int. GmbH has more than 15 years of experience in the production of hemp food products and attaches great importance to impeccable product quality.

All our food products comply with the requirements of EU Regulation 178/2002 (including food safety, traceability and hygiene management).

The products offered to you are made exclusively from the seeds of industrial hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) and therefore do not fall under the Novel Food Regulation. Regarding the THC and CBD content of our products, please note the following:

Commercial hemp varieties are marketable and are characterized by the fact that the THC content in the source plant is very low. In contrast, the natural content of cannabidiol (CBD) in the commercial hemp plant is naturally many times higher than THC.

There are also traces of cannabinoids, including THC, in the hemp seed itself (Ross et al. study). Furthermore, “contamination” by other plant components (flowers and leaves) occurs during harvesting, drying and cleaning.

It is therefore unavoidable that hemp seeds naturally contain traces of cannabinoids, THC and CBD.

Of course, we carefully select our raw materials (hemp seeds) to keep the content of cannabinoids, as well as THC, as low as possible.

However, despite our most intensive cleaning (ALARA principle) of all hemp seed batches from processing, minimal traces of both (fat soluble) cannabinoids remain in the hemp seed products, with an 8-10 times higher proportion of CBD to THC.

  • Hemp oil and hemp leaves: 5 kg
  • Hemp protein 70: 20 kg
  • Hemp flour, hemp protein 30 and 50, and hulled hemp seeds: 20 kg
  • Hemp oil: 5 kg canisters, 190 kg drums and 920 kg IBCs.
  • Hemp protein 70: 20 kg bag (500 kg per pallet).
  • Hemp flour, hemp protein 30 and 50 and hulled hemp seeds: 20 kg bag (500 kg per pallet)
  • Hemp leaves: 5 kg bag (100 kg per pallet)

We recommend to store our products at a maximum of 18 degrees Celsius in a cool and dry place.