Edibles Testing

Edibles Testing

Nutritional Labeling

The Nutrition Labeling and Education Act (NLEA) of 1990 authorized the U.S. Food & Drug Administration to require nutrient labeling on almost all foods sold domestically. While conflicting legislation has caused controversy as to whether medical marijuana infused edibles are constituted a food product or not, noncompliance with FDA regulations can carry stiff fines, detained product, and other penalties.

Anresco has performed nutritional labeling analyses since 1973 and has helped thousands of companies comply with FDA/USDA labeling regulations, using AOAC, FDA, USDA or equivalent recognized methods for all analyses. Leverage our expertise to navigate the changing regulatory requirements of the food industry.



Anresco offers homogeneity testing to confirm that mixing processes are effective and cannabinoid dosing is accurate. Homogeneity testing consists of performing potency testing on multiple samples from a single batch to verify that cannabinoids are distributed evenly.