SHIPPING NOTICE FOR HERITAGE HEMP PRODUCTS

 

Heritage Hemp’s Notice Regarding Shipping of Hemp Products


 

This package contains hemp produced in compliance with federal law and the laws of the state in which it was cultivated pursuant to:

 

  1. Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 (Farm Bill 2018); 

  2. 7 CFR § 990; 

  3. Missouri Industrial Hemp Program 195.740-195.773 RSMo 2019; and 

  4. Missouri Department of Agriculture Rules 2 CSR 70-17.010, et seq.

 

7 CFR § 990.63 Interstate transportation of hemp.

 

No State or Indian Tribe may prohibit the transportation or shipment of hemp or hemp products lawfully produced under a State or Tribal plan approved under subpart B of this part, under a license issued under subpart C of this part, or under 7 U.S.C. 5940 through the State or territory of the Indian Tribe, as applicable.


Publication 52 Revision: New Mailability Policy for Cannabis and Hemp-Related Products, issued on June 6, 2019, states:

Under Postal Service regulations, including Publication 52, part 212, mailers are responsible for their own compliance with all laws and regulations governing mailability. Following this revision, mailers will also be responsible for retaining documentation which shows that they are complying with all such laws. A mailer is not required to present the documentation at the time of mailing, but such documentation may be requested either at that time or on a later date if there is doubt about the item’s mailability or the addressee’s ability to legally receive it.

USPS Section 453.37 Hemp-based Products Compliance:

The Hemp and hemp-based products contained in this package, including cannabidiol (CBD) with the tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) concentration of such hemp (or its derivatives) does not exceed the legal limit of 0.3 percent and is permitted to be mailed.

  1. Heritage Hemp, LLC has complied with all applicable federal, state, and local laws pertaining to hemp production, processing, distribution, and sales; and


b. Heritage Hemp, LLC shall retain records establishing compliance with such laws, including laboratory test results, licenses, or compliance reports, for no less than 2 years after the date of mailing.