In an effort to control product creation and resources, Sucavu has broken ground on new farms. The land will be completely owned and operated by Sucavu to help meet the stringent guidelines and high standards that Sucavu places on product creation and testing.
In an effort to control product creation and resources, Sucavu has broken ground on new farms. The land will be completely owned and operated by Sucavu to help meet the stringent guidelines and high standards that Sucavu places on product creation and testing. “It was difficult to find farms that were up to our quality,” said CEO Keith McMullin “We knew in order to have the best product, we had to do it ourselves.”
Many CBD companies do not know the farmers that actually farm the material and many do not have labs to extract their own material. This can lead to many issues, and Sucavu wanted to avoid that. “We have found many companies who don’t control the land or extraction do not have the quality control we need.” said Keith McMullin. “For us we wanted to control the product from seed to shelf.”
Many of the leaders and representatives flew out for the special occasion and stayed around for days to learn about the farm and the process. They met with the farmers and the staff and helped plant seeds.
“It doesn’t end here,” said VP of Sales Crystal McMullin. “We have over 2000 acres and we have no intention of selling our seed or extraction techniques. We want to keep adding new farms and innovating new processes all the time.”
Sucavu was founded in order to give people better CBD and cannabinoids without worrying about the authenticity. Sucavu spent over five years in manufacturing and quality control creation before launching any of it’s line. Sucavu uses seven different strains, each with a different purpose. Sucavu also tested new ideas dealing with the drying times as well as winterization cycles. This attention to detail has helped them to create over 80 products available. Product can be purchased online or through a representative.
“I think the biggest factor is that we are very rigid in our quality control.” said Keith McMullin. “We want our farms, our seeds, our extraction, and implementation to be unparalleled.”
You can find more information about Sucavu and it’s new farms at Sucavu.com.