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Important Update on New THCa Regulations in Tennessee

Dear Valued Customers,

We are writing to inform you about significant changes in the regulations regarding Hemp-Derived Cannabinoid (HDC) products in Tennessee, which will impact our industry and your access to these products.

What You Need to Know

Starting July 1, 2024, new regulations from the Tennessee Department of Agriculture will take effect. These rules are aimed at regulating the sale and distribution of HDC products, including those containing THCa (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid). Here are the key points:

  1. Testing and Compliance: All HDC products must undergo stringent testing to ensure that the total THC content, including THCa converted to THC, does not exceed the specified limits. For licensed entities, the post-decarboxylation THC value must not exceed 5%. For general consumers, the limit is set at 0.3%.

  2. Labeling Requirements: Each product must be labeled with a QR code linking to a Certificate of Analysis (COA) that details the testing results. This ensures transparency and allows customers to verify the product's compliance with the new regulations.

  3. Compliance Timeline: While the new rules become effective on July 1, 2024, certain additional requirements will be enforced starting January 1, 2025. This gives manufacturers and retailers some time to adapt to the new standards.

Our Commitment and Call to Action

At Burning Acre, Co., we are fully committed to ensuring that all our products meet these new standards. However, we believe that these regulations impose unnecessary restrictions on our industry and could limit your access to high-quality HDC products.

We are actively fighting to stop this ban and advocate for more reasonable regulations. But we cannot do it alone – we need your help.

How You Can Help

  1. Reach Out to Your Legislators: Contact your local representatives and express your concerns about these new regulations. Let them know how these changes will affect you as a consumer and why it's important to maintain access to HDC products.

  2. Contact the Tennessee Department of Agriculture: Share your thoughts and concerns directly with the department. Your feedback can make a significant impact.

Here is a sample message you can use:

Dear [Legislator/Department of Agriculture],

I am writing to express my concern about the new regulations regarding Hemp-Derived Cannabinoid (HDC) products, specifically those affecting THCa. These rules, set to take effect on July 1, 2024, impose stringent limits on THC content that could restrict my access to beneficial HDC products.

I urge you to consider the impact these regulations will have on consumers and the industry and to work towards more reasonable standards that ensure safety without unnecessarily limiting access.

Thank you for your attention to this important matter.


[Your Name]

Stay Informed and Engaged

We will continue to keep you updated on any developments regarding these regulations and our efforts to challenge them. Your support is crucial, and together, we can advocate for fair and balanced regulations that benefit everyone.

Thank you for your continued support and loyalty. If you have any questions or need more information, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.

Stay tuned for more updates!


Burning Acre, Co.

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