a lot of valid comments here.
Yes I am new the the market and as I do not have an extensive background in processing, what quality indicators should I look into when considering making an edible based product from delta8 distillate?
Essentially I’m looking to purchase hemp derived Delta8 with <0.3% thc.
They have a test result from @kcalabs to back that claim up?
@getbaked most likely, compliant D8 doesn’t exist. Before getting conned into buying something supposedly compliant, demand a COA from KCA.
Now, for edibles, non compliant D8 can be considered WiP (Work in Progress) ((if you ignore the pseudo legality of D8)) and can yield compliant end edibles, as long as you dilute it (with food) far enough.
I would suggest disregarding your CO2 and 2020 biomass requirements, because as @steelrollin mentioned, they are moot points since D8 has been so rigorously processed.