Newark, DE – June 12, 2018
The NIDS® ACE-CB1000 Pesticide Detection System from ANP Health®, Inc. can successfully detect most of pesticides listed in California Emergency Cannabis Regulations.
On June 6, 2018, California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced the implementation of Emergency Regulations (DPH-17-010E) on Cannabis Manufacturing Licensing. The regulations require that any batch from which even a single cannabis sample fails residual pesticide testing shall not be released for retail sale.
The Emergency Cannabis Regulations listed 21 pesticides as Category I and 43 chemicals as Category II. Most of these pesticides belong to the organophosphate and carbamate classes of pesticides.
“The NIDS® ACE-CB1000 Pesticide Detection System can detect many of the Category I and II pesticides,” said Dr. Ray Yin, CEO of ANP Health®, Inc. “This can provide cannabis businesses with a powerful tool to quickly screen out contaminated raw cannabis materials in the field before purchasing and processing them into final products. Our rapid testing system can help cannabis businesses save significant amounts of time and money, while providing a safety net for consumers as well, since less contaminated cannabis materials will be used in the final products.”
NIDS® ACE-CB1000 Pesticide Detection System: https://anphealth.com/ace-cb1000/
About ANP Health®, Inc.
ANP Health® empowers consumers to take control of their lives through a U.S. military award-winning technology capable of rapidly screening their daily food and drink for a broad range of pesticide and toxic metal contamination.
About ANP Technologies®, Inc.
ANP Technologies®, Inc. is a world leader in developing and commercializing various Nano-biotechnology-based products for applications in Nano-therapeutics, immunogenicity testing, chemical and biological defense, medical diagnostics, and food safety testing.