State Guidance for Hemp Laboratory Testing

PRE-HARVEST HEMP AND HEMP/CBD PRODUCT ANALYSIS

Please check this webpage regularly, as updates are made periodically.

Navigating regulations to remain compliant and keep your supply chain moving can be a challenge. Establishing a strategic partnership with a testing laboratory is more important than ever. We have developed reference resources that outline state and tribal testing requirements/guidelines, including action levels for a pass/fail result.

Use of these guidelines will help ensure internal quality assurance protocols meet or exceed state regulatory standards for hemp products in the markets in which you plan to produce and/or distribute. Contact your SC Labs account manager to review the information and customize a test panel that meets your needs.


Federal and State Guidance for Industrial Hemp/Pre-Harvest Testing

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) oversees federal testing rules for each state and tribal production plan. Their website offers information about the approval status of each state’s production plans. Once a plan is approved by USDA, it remains in effect unless suspended or revoked by USDA pursuant to the procedures described in the Interim Final Rule, or unless the State or Tribe revises their plan.

Details about the status of State and Tribal USDA Hemp Production Rules.


State Testing Guidance for Hemp/CBD Products

While testing for THC levels is a federal requirement at pre-harvest, product safety tests are now being required in most states. For some states, additional contaminant tests are needed prior to processing and prior to reaching retail shelves. SC Labs collected state guidance information across all 50 states and has organized it as follows.

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Let a SC Labs Sales Representative help you tailor a program that meets your quality and state testing requirements. Contact us online or call 866-435-0709.

Items covered in the SC Labs hemp testing rule database1:

  • Covers mandatory testing requirements in all US states
  • Options are for hemp cultivators, processors, and manufactures
  • Summary of federal and state testing requirements for industrial / pre-harvest
  • Summary of state hemp product testing requirements for contaminants: pesticides, microbiology, mycotoxins, residual solvents, heavy metals, and more.
  • Reference information highlights state mandated action levels—listed from lowest to highest by state for topicals and other products.

HEMP/CBD PRODUCT REGULATIONS

Contains links to state regulations for CBD and hemp-derived products and states covered by the SC Labs Comprehensive Test Panel. For informational purposes only1

StateDepartment & RegulationsMet by Test PanelsMore Information
AlabamaADAI(Currently Unregulated)N/A
AlaskaADNR (Regulated)PENDINGCertain Action Limits are below our established LOQs
ArizonaADHS(Currently Unregulated)N/A
ArkansasADA(Currently Unregulated)N/A
CaliforniaCDPH/DCC(Regulated)YESAB-45 mandates that hemp products undergo the same testing as regulated recreational cannabis products. This requirement became effective on October 6th, 2021.Inhalable Hemp products are currently prohibited.
ColoradoCDPHE (Regulated)YESRequirement for the for full pesticide testing has been delayed. Limited pesticide testing requirements will be enforced beginning January 1, 2022, and the full pesticides testing requirements will be enforced on April 1, 2022. SC Laboratories can already offer full testing.Testing of Salmonella spp. and Shiga-toxin producing Escherichia coli (STEC) requires 25g per preparation. This analysis can be conducted on the same sample material.
ConnecticutCDCP(Regulated)PENDINGState regulations require products to not exceed the lowest limit of all pesticides specified in 40 CFR, Chapter 1, Subchapter E, Part 180, Subpart C. The laboratory is currently unable to provide testing to meet this standard.All other analyte requirements are met.
DelawareDDPH(Currently Unregulated)N/A
FloridaFDACS (Regulated)YES
GeorgiaGDA(Regulated)N/ANo Safety Testing Required
HawaiiDOH(Regulated)PENDINGState regualtions require reisdual solvent testing similar to the USP (467) standard. SC Laboratories currently cannot offer testing for a number of the analytes included in that standard, however, we are working towards adding those in the near future.All other analyte requirements are met.
IdahoIODP(Currently Unregulated)N/A
IllinoisIDOA (Regulated)PENDINGState regulations require products to not exceed the lowest limit of all pesticides specifed in 40 CFR, Chapter 1, Subchapter E, Part 180, Subpart C. The laboratory is currently unable to provide testing to meet this standard.All other analyte requirements are met.
IndianaIOSC(Currently Unregulated)N/A
IowaIDIA(Regulated)YES
KansasKDA(Currently Banned)N/A
KentuckyKDPH(Regulated)N/ANo contaminant testing required.
LouisianaLDH (Regulated)YES
MaineMDHHS(Currently Unregulated)N/A
MarylandMDH (Currently Banned)N/A
MassachusettsMDAR(Regulated)YES
MichiganMCRA(Regulated)YES
MinnesotaMDH(Currently Unregulated)N/A
MississippiMSDH(Currently Unregulated)N/A
MissouriMDHSS(Currently Unregulated)N/A
MontanaMDA(Currently Banned)N/A
NevadaNAC(Proposed)YES
NebraskaNEDHHS(Currently Unregulated)N/A
New HampshireNHDHHS(Currently Unregulated)N/A
New JerseyNJDH(Currently Unregulated)N/A
New MexicoNMAC (Regulated)PENDINGState regualtions require reisdual solvent testing to meet the standard of USP (467). SC Laboratories currently cannot offer testing for a number of the analytes included in that standard, however, we are working towards adding those in the near future.All other analyte requirements are met.
New YorkNYSDHYES
North CarolinaNCDHHS(Currently Unregulated)N/A
North DakotaNDDH(Currently Unregulated)N/A
OhioOAC (Regulated)PENDINGState regualtions require reisdual solvent testing to meet the standard of the USP (467). SC Laboratories currently cannot offer testing for a number of the analytes included in that standard, however, we are working towards adding those in the near future.Additionally, state regulations require products to not exceed the lowest limit of all pesticides specifed in 40 CFR, Chapter 1, Subchapter E, Part 180, Subpart C. The laboratory is currently unable to provide testing to meet this standard.All other analyte requirements are met.
OklahomaOSDH(Currently Unregulated)N/A
OregonOHA (Regulated)YES
PennsylvaniaPDHS (Currently Unregulated)N/A
Rhode IslandRICR (Regulated)PENDINGState regualtions require reisdual solvent testing similar to the USP (467) standard. SC Laboratories currently cannot offer testing for a number of the analytes included in that standard, however, we are working towards adding those in the near future.
South CarolinaSCDHEC(Currently Banned)N/A
South DakotaSDDOH(Currently Unregulated)N/A
TennesseeTDH(Currently Unregulated)N/A
TexasDSHS (Regulated)PENDINGState regualtions require reisdual solvent testing to meet the standard of FDA Q3C. SC Laboratories currently cannot offer testing for a number of the analytes included in that standard, however, we are working towards adding those in the near future.All other analyte requirements are met.
UtahUDAF(Regulated)YES
VermontVDA (Regulated)YES
VirginiaVDACS (Regulated)PENDINGState regualtions require reisdual solvent testing to meet the standard of the AHP Monograph. SC Laboratories currently cannot offer testing for a number of the analytes included in that standard, however, we are working towards adding those in the near future.Additionally, state regulations require products to not exceed the lowest limit of all pesticides specifed in 40 CFR, Chapter 1, Subchapter E, Part 180, Subpart C. The laboratory is currently unable to provide testing to meet this standard.All other analyte requirements are met.
WashingtonWSDA(Regulated)YES
West VirginiaWVDA (Regulated)YES
WisconsinWDATCP(Currently Unregulated)N/A
WyomingWDA(Currently Unregulated)N/A

Hemp/CBD Action Levels – Topicals

Topicals refer to cosmetics and other dermal application products with hemp-derived constituents. Information is arranged by “Analyte” in column 1 with successive columns representing lowest to highest “Action Levels”. For informational purposes only1

Analyte1st Lowest Action Level1st Lowest State(s)2nd Lowest Action Level2nd Lowest State(s)3rd Lowest Action Level3rd Lowest State(s)4th Lowest Action Level4th Lowest State(s)5th Lowest Action Level5th Lowest State(s)6th Lowest Action Level6th Lowest State(s)7th Lowest Action Level7th Lowest State(s)
Propane500 ppmAK1000 ppmCO5000 ppmUT, OR, VT, OH, IA, CA
n-Butane5000 ppmOH, UT, IA, CA, RI
Isobutane (Methylpropane)5000 ppmOH, UT, RI
Total Butanes500 ppmAK1000 ppmCO5000 ppmOR
Isopentane (2-Methylbutane)5000 ppmUT, IA
Neopentane (2,2-Dimethylpropane)n/aNONE
n-Pentane1000 ppmCO5000 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, CA
Total Pentanes500 ppmAK5000 ppmOR
Neohexane (2,2-Dimethylbutane)290 ppmUT, IA, RI
2,3-Dimethylbutane290 ppmUT, IA, RI
Isohexane (2-Methylpentane)290 ppmUT, IA
3-Methylpentane290 ppmUT, IA
n-Hexane0 ppmAK60 ppmCO290 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, CA, RI
Total Hexanes290 ppmOR, VT
Cyclohexane500 ppmAK3880 ppmUT, OR, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
n-Heptane500 ppmAK5000 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, CA, RI
2-Methylhexane (isoheptane)n/aNONE
3-Methylhexanen/aNONE
2,2-Dimethylpentane (neoheptane)n/aNONE
2,3-Dimethylpentanen/aNONE
2,4-Dimethylpentanen/aNONE
3,3-Dimethylpentanen/aNONE
3-Ethylpentanen/aNONE
2,2,3-Trimethylbutane (triptane)n/aNONE
Total Heptanes1000 ppmCO5000 ppmVT
Cycloheptanen/aNONE
Benzene0.005 ppmHI0 ppmAK1.0 ppmCA2 ppmUT, OR, VT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, RI
Toluene0 ppmAK180 ppmCO890 ppmUT, OR, VT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, CA
Cumene70 ppmUT, OR, IA, HI, RI5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH
o-Xylene (1,2-Dimethylbenzene)2170 ppmIA, RI
m-Xylene (1,3-Dimethylbenzene)2170 ppmIA, RI
p- Xylene (1,4-Dimethylbenzene)2170 ppmIA, RI
Ethylbenzene70 ppmRI2170 ppmIA
Total Xylenes217 ppmAK430 ppmCO2170 ppmUT, OR, VT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, CA
Methanol500 ppmAK600 ppmCO3000 ppmUT, OR, VT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, CA, RI
Ethanol1000 ppmCO5000 ppmOH, UT, VT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, CA, RI
1-Propanol5000 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI
2-Propanol (Isopropyl Alcohol)500 ppmAK1000 ppmCO5000 ppmUT, OR, VT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI
1-Butanol5000 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
2-Butanol5000 ppmUT, OR, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
1-Pentanol5000 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI
Acetone500 ppmAK5000 ppmUT, OR, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, CA, RI
2-Butanone (Methylethyl ketone)5000 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
Tetrahydrofuran720 ppmUT, OR, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI
Ethyl Ether5000 ppmUT, OR, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, CA, RI
Ethylene Glycol620 ppmUT, OR, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
2-Ethoxyethanol160 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI5000 ppmIA
1,2-Dimethoxyethane100 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
1,4-Dioxane380 ppmUT, OR, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
Ethylene Oxide1.0 ppmCA10 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH50 ppmUT, OR, IA, RI
Ethyl Acetate1000 ppmCO5000 ppmUT, OR, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, CA, RI
Isopropyl Acetate5000 ppmUT, OR, NM, TX, VA, OH, HI, CA, RI
Chloroform1.0 ppmCA1 ppmAK60 ppmVT, NM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Dichloromethane (Methylene Chloride)1.0 ppmCA600 ppmUT, OR, VT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
Trichloroethylene1.0 ppmCA80 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
1,2-Dichloroethane0.005 ppmHI1.0 ppmCA5 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, RI
1,1-Dichloroethene0.005 ppmHI8 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, RI
1,2-Dichloroethene1870 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Sulfolane160 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI
Dimethyl Sulfoxide5000 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
Acetonitrile410 ppmUT, OR, VT, NM, VA TX, OH, IA, HI, RI5000 pmCA
Pyridine100 ppmUT, OR200 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI
N,N-Dimethylacetamide1090 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
N,N-Dimethylformamide880 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
Acetic Acid5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Anisole5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Butyl Acetate5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Tert-Butyl Methyl Ether5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Chlorobenzene360 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Isobutyl Acetate5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
2-Methoxyethanol50 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Methyl Acetate5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Isoamyl alcohol (3-Methyl-1-butanol)5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
2-Hexanone (Methyl Butyl Ketone)50 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
Methylcyclohexane1180 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
Methylethylketone5000 ppmRI
Methyl Isobutyl Ketone4500 ppmHI5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, RI
Isobutanol (2-Methyl-1-propanol)5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
N-Methylpyrrolidone530 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
Nitromethane50 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
Propyl Acetate5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
Tetralin100 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
Ethyl Formate5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Formamide220 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Formic Acid5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Carbon Tetrachloride0.005 ppmHI4 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, RI
Sulfonate160 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH
Triethylamine5000 ppmTX, OH, HI
1,1,1-Trichloroethane1500 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
1,1,2-Trichloroethylene80 ppmRI
1,1-Diethoxypropanen/aNM, TX, VA, OH
1,1-Dimethoxymethanen/aNM, TX, VA, OH
2,2-Dimethoxypropanen/aNM, TX, VA, OH
Isooctanen/aNM, TX, VA, OH
Isopropyl Ethern/aNM, TX, VA, OH
Methyl Isopropyl Ketonen/aNM, TX, VA, OH
Methyltetrahydrofurann/aNM, TX, VA, OH
Petroleum Ethern/aNM, TX, VA, OH
Trichloroacetic Acidn/aNM, TX, VA, OH
Trifluoroacetic Acidn/aNM, TX, VA, OH
Aflatoxin B15 ppbCO20 ppbVA, OH, MA
Aflatoxin B220 ppbCT, VA, OH, MA
Aflatoxin G120 ppbCT, VA, OH, MA
Aflatoxin G220 ppbCT, VA, OH, MA
Total Aflatoxins (B1, B2, G1, G2)20 ppbAK, CO, UT, VT, IA, WA, MA, HI, CA
Ochratoxin5 ppbCO20 ppbAK, CT, UT, VT, IA, OH, VA, WA, MA, HI, CA
Abamectin0.01 ppmRI0.07 ppmAK0.1 ppmVT0.25 ppmCO0.3 ppmCA0.5 ppmOR, UT, HI
Acephate0.05 ppmCO0.1 ppmCT, VT0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI5 ppmCA
Acequinocyl0.01 ppmRI0.03 ppmCO0.1 ppmVT2 ppmOR, UT, HI4 ppmCA
Acetamiprid0.05 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI5 ppmCA
Aldicarb≥ LODCA0.4 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI0.5 ppmCO
Allethrin0.1 ppmCO
Atrazine0.025 ppmCO
Azadirachtin0.5 ppmCO
Azoxystrobin0.01 ppmCO0.02 ppmAK0.1 ppmVT0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI40 ppmCA
Benzovindiflupyr0.01 ppmCO
Bifenazate0.01 ppmCO, RI0.02 ppmAK0.1 ppmVT0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI5 ppmCA
Bifenthrin0.01 ppmRI0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI0.5 ppmCA1 ppmCO3 ppmVT
Boscalid0.01 ppmCO0.2 ppmTX, IA0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI10 ppmCA
Buprofezin0.02 ppmCO
Captan5 ppmCA
Carbaryl0.025 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT , HI0.5 ppmVT, TX, IA, CA
Carbofuran≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI
Chlorantraniliprole0.02 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI40 ppmCA
Chlordane≥ LODCA
Chlorfenapyr≥ LODCA0.05 ppmCO1 ppmOR, UT, HI
Chlormequat chloride0.01 ppmRI
Chlorpyrifos≥ LODCA0.04 ppmVT0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI0.5 ppmCO0.6 ppmTX, IA
Clofentezine0.01 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI0.5 ppmCA
Clothianidin0.025 ppmCO
Coumaphos≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO
Cyantraniliprole0.01 ppmCO
Cyfluthrin0.01 ppmRI0.1 ppmCT0.2 ppmCO1 ppmOR, UT, HI, CA
λ-Cyhalothrin 0.25 ppmCO
Cypermethrin0.3 ppmCO1 ppmOR, UT, CT, VT, HI, CA18 ppmIA
Cyprodinil0.01 ppmCO
Daminozide0.01 ppmRI≥ LODCA0.1 ppmCO1 ppmOR, UT, HI
Deltamethrin0.5 ppmCO, CT
Diazinon0.02 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI, CA0.5 ppmCT2.6 ppmTX, IA
Dichlorvos (DDVP)≥ LODCA0.1 ppmUT, TX, IA, HI0.5 ppmCO1 ppmOR, CT
Dimethoate≥ LODCA0.1 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI
Dimethomorph0.05 ppmCO20 ppmCA
Dinotefuran0.05 ppmCO
Diuron0.125 ppmCO
Dodemorph0.05 ppmCO
Endosulfan sulfate0.05 ppmCO
Endosulfan-alpha0.2 ppmCO
Endosulfan-beta0.05 ppmCO
Ethoprophos≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI0.4 ppmTX, IA
Etofenprox≥ LODCA0.05 ppmCO0.4 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI
Etoxazole0.01 ppmAK, RI0.02 ppmCO0.1 ppmVT0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI1.5 ppm CA
Etridiazole0.03 ppmCO
Fenhexamid0.125 ppmCO10 ppmCA
Fenoxycarb≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO, RI0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI
Fenpyroximate0.2 ppmCO0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI2 ppmCA
Fensulfothion0.01 ppmCO
Fenthion0.01 ppmCO
Fenvalerate0.1 ppmCO1.5 ppmCT
Fipronil≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI1 ppmTX, IA
Flonicamid0.025 ppmCO1 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI2 ppmCA
Fludioxonil0.01 ppmCO0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI30 ppmCA
Fluopyram0.01 ppmCO
Hexythiazox0.01 ppmCO1 ppmOR, UT, HI2 ppmCA
Imazalil≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO, RI0.04 ppmAK, VT0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI
Imidacloprid0.01 ppmCO0.02 ppmAK0.4 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI3 ppmCA5 ppmVT
Iprodione0.50 ppmCO
Kinoprene0.50 ppmCO
Kresoxim-methyl0.02 ppmCO0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI1 ppmCA
Malathion0.02 ppmCO0.05 ppmAK0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI5 ppmCA
Metalaxyl0.02 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI15 ppmCA
Methiocarb≥ LODCA0.02 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI0.4 ppmTX, IA
Methomyl0.05 ppmCO0.1 ppmCA0.4 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI
Methoprene2 ppmCO
Methyl Parathion≥ LODCA0.05 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI8.5 ppmTX, IA
Mevinphos≥ LODCA0.025 ppmCO
MGK-2640.05 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI
Myclobutanil0.01 ppmCO, RI0.04 ppmAK0.1 ppmVT0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI0.3 ppmTX, IA9 ppmCA
Naled0.1 ppmCO0.5 ppmOR, UT, HI, CA
Novaluron0.025 ppmCO
Oxamyl0.2 ppmCA1 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI1.5 ppmCO
Paclobutrazol≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO, RI0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI
Pentachloronitrobenze (Quintozene)0.02 ppmCO0.2 ppmCA
Permethrin0.04 ppmAK0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI0.5 ppmCO1 ppmCT1.1 ppmTX, IA20 ppmCA
Phenothrin0.05 ppmCO
Phosmet0.02 ppmCO0.05 ppmCT0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI, CA
Piperonylbutoxide0.2 ppmCO2 ppmOR, UT, HI3 ppm CT8 ppmCA
Pirimicarb0.01 ppmCO
Prallethrin0.05 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI0.4 ppmCA
Propiconazole0.1 ppmCO0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI20 ppmCA
Propoxur≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI
Pyraclostrobin0.01 ppmCO
Pyrethrins0.05 ppmCO0.5 ppmVT1 ppmOR, UT, HI, CA
Pyridaben0.02 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI3 ppmCA
Pyriproxyfen0.010 ppmCO
Resmethrin0.05 ppmCO
Spinetoram0.01 ppmCO3 ppmCA
Spinosad0.01 ppmCO0.06 ppmAK0.1 ppmVT0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI3 ppm CA
Spirodiclofen0.25 ppmCO
Spiromesifen0.01 ppmRI0.03 ppmAK0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI3 ppmCO12 ppmCA
Spirotetramat0.01 ppmCO, RI0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI13 ppmCA
Spiroxamine≥ LODCA0.1 ppmCO0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI2 ppmTX, IA
Tebuconazole0.01 ppmAK, CO0.4 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI2 ppmCA
Tebufenozide0.01 ppmCO
Teflubenzuron0.025 ppmCO
Tetrachlorvinphos0.01 ppmCO
Tetramethrin0.1 ppmCO
Thiabendazole0.020 ppmCO
Thiacloprid≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI
Thiamethoxam0.01 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI4.5 ppmCA
Thiophanate-methyl0.05 ppmCO
Trifloxystrobin0.01 ppmRI0.02 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI30 ppmCA
Arsenic0.42 ppmOH1.5 ppmCO, VT, TX, IA, CA, RI2 ppmUT, WA3 ppmAK10 ppmVA, HI0.14 µg/kg BW/DayCT
Cadmium0.27 ppmOH0.3 ppmTX, IA0.5 ppmCO, VT, CA, RI0.82 ppmUT, WA3 ppmAK4 ppmHI
Lead0.5 ppmCO, CA0.87 ppmOH1 ppmVT, TX, IA, RI1.2 ppmUT, WA6 ppmHI10 ppmAK, VA
Mercury0.4 ppmUT, WA0.5 ppmTX, IA0.87 ppmOH1 ppmAK1.5 ppmCO, RI2 ppmHI
YersiniaNo DetectionTX
Candida albicansn/aNONE
Pseudomonas aeruginosaNo Detection 1 g, 1 mL or 1 patchVA, UT
Staphylococcus aureusNo Detection in 1 g, 1 mL or 1 patchVANo DetectionTX
Staphylococcus spp.No DetectionUT
CampylobacterNo DetectionTX
Listeria monocytogenesNo DetectionTX
Bile-Tolerant Gram-Negative Bacteria10² CFU/gIL10³ CFU/gMA, NM, OH
Coliforms10² CFU/gCO10³ CFU/gMA, NM, OH
Escherichia coliNo Detection in 10 gCTNo DetectionOH10 CFU/gUT
Shiga Toxin-producing E. coli (STEC)No Detection in 25 gCONo Detection in 10 gNMNo Detection in 1 gMA, HI, CANo DetectionIA, TX
Salmonella spp.No Detection in 25 gCONo Detection in 10 gNMNo Detection in 1 gMA, OH, HI, CANo DetectionTX
Aspergillus (A. flavus, A. terreus, A. niger, A. fumigatus)1 CFU/gAK
Total Enterobacteriaceaen/aNONE
Total Yeast & Mold10 CFU/gUT, VA10² CFU/gVT, CT200 CFU/gIA10³ CFU/gCO, HI10⁴ CFU/gAK, MA, NM, OH
Total Aerobic Bacteria10² CFU/gUT, VA10³ CFU/gVT, CT2000 CFU/gIA10⁴ CFU/gCO, HI10⁵ CFU/gMA, NM, OH
Foreign Material3% by massUTvariesCA
Water Activity0.65 AwUT0.85 AwCA

Hemp/CBD Action Levels – Other Products

Other Products refer to an assortment of products with hemp-derived constituents. Information is arranged by “Analyte” in column 1 with successive columns representing lowest to highest “Action Levels”. For informational purposes only1

Analyte1st Lowest Action Level1st Lowest State(s)2nd Lowest Action Level2nd Lowest State(s)3rd Lowest Action Level3rd Lowest State(s)4th Lowest Action Level4th Lowest State(s)5th Lowest Action Level5th Lowest State(s)6th Lowest Action Level6th Lowest State(s)7th Lowest Action Level7th Lowest State(s)
Propane500 ppmAK1000 ppmCO2100 ppmNY, FL5000 ppmCA, UT, OR, VT, OH, IA, RI
n-Butane2000 ppmNY, FL5000 ppmCA, UT, OH, IA
Isobutane (Methylpropane)5000 ppmUT, OH, RI
Total Butanes500 ppmAK1000 ppmCO5000 ppmOR, RI
Isopentane (2-Methylbutane)5000 ppmUT, IA, RI
Neopentane (2,2-Dimethylpropane)n/aNONE
n-Pentane1000 ppmCO5000 ppmCA, UT, NY, FL, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
Total Pentanes500 ppmAK5000 ppmOR
Neohexane (2,2-Dimethylbutane)290 ppmUT, IA, RI
2,3-Dimethylbutane290 ppmUT, IA, RI
Isohexane (2-Methylpentane)290 ppmUT, IA, RI
3-Methylpentane290 ppmUT, NY, IA, RI
n-Hexane0 ppmAK60 ppmCO290 ppmCA, UT, NY, FL, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI
Total Hexanes290 ppmOR, VT
Cyclohexane500 ppmAK3880 ppmUT, OR, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
n-Heptane500 ppmAK5000 ppmCA, UT, OH, OR, NY, FL, NM, TX, VA, IA, HI
2-Methylhexane (isoheptane)n/aNONE
3-Methylhexanen/aNONE
2,2-Dimethylpentane (neoheptane)n/aNONE
2,3-Dimethylpentanen/aNONE
2,4-Dimethylpentanen/aNONE
3,3-Dimethylpentanen/aNONE
3-Ethylpentanen/aNONE
2,2,3-Trimethylbutane (triptane)n/aNONE
Heptanes1000 ppmCO5000 ppmVT
Cycloheptanen/aNONE
Benzene0.005 ppmHI0 ppmAK1 ppmCA2 ppmUT, OR, VT, NY, FL, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, RI
Toluene0 ppmAK180 ppmCO890 ppmCA, UT, OR, VT, NY, FL, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
Cumene70 ppmUT, OR, IA, HI, RI5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH
o-Xylene (1,2-Dimethylbenzene)2170 ppmIA, RI
m-Xylene (1,3-Dimethylbenzene)2170 ppmIA, RI
p- Xylene (1,4-Dimethylbenzene)2170 ppmIA, RI
Ethylbenzene2170 ppmIA
Total Xylenes217 ppmAK430 ppmCO2170 ppmCA, UT, OR, VT, NY, FL, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, RI
Methanol500 ppmAK600 ppmCO3000 ppmCA, UT, OR, VT, NY, FL, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI
Ethanol1000 ppmCO5000 ppmCA, OH, UT, VT, NY, FL, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI
1-Propanol5000 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
2-Propanol (Isopropyl Alcohol)500 ppmAK, NY, FL1000 ppmCO5000 ppmCA, UT, OR, VT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
1-Butanol5000 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
2-Butanol5000 ppmUT, OR, NM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
1-Pentanol5000 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
Acetone5000 ppmCA, UT, OR, NY, FL, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
2-Butanone (Methylethyl ketone)5000 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
Tetrahydrofuran720 ppmUT, OR, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
Ethyl Ether5000 ppmCA, UT, OR, NY, FL, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI
Ethylene Glycol620 ppmUT, OR, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI
2-Ethoxyethanol160 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, HI5000 ppmIA
1,2-Dimethoxyethane100 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
1,4-Dioxane380 ppmUT, OR, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI
Ethylene Oxide1.0 ppmCA5 ppmNY, FL10 ppmNM, OH50 ppmUT, OR, IA
Ethyl Acetate1000 ppmCO5000 ppmCA, UT, OR, NY, FL, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI
Isopropyl Acetate5000 ppmUT, OR, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI
Chloroform1.0 ppmCA, AK60 ppmVT, NY, FL, NM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Dichloromethane (Methylene Chloride)1.0 ppmCA600 ppmUT, OR, VT, NY, FL, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
Trichloroethylene1.0 ppmCA80 ppmNY, FL, NM, TX, VA, OH, HI
1,2-Dichloroethane0.005 ppmHI1 ppmCA5 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, RI, NY
1,1-Dichloroethene0.005 ppmHI8 ppmNY, FL, NM, TX, VA, OH, RI
1,2-Dichloroethene5 ppmFL, NY1870 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
Sulfolane160 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
Dimethyl Sulfoxide5000 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI
Acetonitrile410 ppmCA, UT, OR, VT, NY, FL, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
Pyridine100 ppmUT, OR200 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
N,N-Dimethylacetamide1090 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, IA, HI, RI
N,N-Dimethylformamide880 ppmUT, NM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
Acetic Acid5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Anisole5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Butyl Acetate5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Tert-Butyl Methyl Ether5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Chlorobenzene360 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Isobutyl Acetate5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
2-Methoxyethanol50 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Methyl Acetate5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Isoamyl alcohol (3-Methyl-1-butanol)5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
2-Hexanone (Methyl Butyl Ketone)50 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
Methylcyclohexane1180 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
Methylethylketone5000 ppmRI
Methyl Isobutyl Ketone4500 ppmHI5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, RI
Isobutanol (2-Methyl-1-propanol)5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
N-Methylpyrrolidone530 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
Nitromethane50 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
Propyl Acetate5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
Tetralin100 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
Ethyl Formate5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Formamide220 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Formic Acid5000 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI
Carbon Tetrachloride0.005 ppmHI4 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, RI
Sulfonate160 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH
Triethylamine5000 ppmTX, OH, HI
1,1,1-Trichloroethane1500 ppmNM, TX, VA, OH, HI, RI
1,1,2-Trichloroethylene80 ppmRI
1,1-Diethoxypropanen/aNM, TX, VA, OH
1,1-Dimethoxymethanen/aNM, TX, VA, OH
2,2-Dimethoxypropanen/aNM, TX, VA, OH
Isooctanen/aNM, TX, VA, OH
Isopropyl Ethern/aNM, TX, VA, OH
Methyl Isopropyl Ketonen/aNM, TX, VA, OH
Methyltetrahydrofurann/aNM, TX, VA, OH
Petroleum Ethern/aNM, TX, VA, OH
Trichloroacetic Acidn/aNM, TX, VA, OH
Trifluoroacetic Acidn/aNM, TX, VA, OH
Aflatoxin B15 ppbCO20 ppbVA, OH, MA
Aflatoxin B220 ppbCT, VA, OH, MA
Aflatoxin G120 ppbCT, VA, OH, MA
Aflatoxin G220 ppbCT, VA, OH, MA
Total Aflatoxins (B1, B2, G1, G2)20 ppbCA, AK, CO, UT, VT, IA, WA, MA, NY, FL, HI
Ochratoxin5 ppbCO20 ppbCA, AK, CT, UT, VT, IA, OH, VA, WA, MA, NY, FL, HI
Abamectin0.01 ppmRI0.07 ppmAK0.1 ppmVT0.25 ppmCO0.3 ppmCA, NY, FL0.5 ppmOR, UT, HI
Acephate0.05 ppmCO0.1 ppmCT, VT0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI3 ppmNY, FL5 ppmCA
Acequinocyl0.01 ppmRI0.03 ppmCO0.1 ppmVT2 ppmOR, UT, NY, FL, HI4 ppmCA
Acetamiprid0.05 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI3 ppmNY, FL5 ppmCA
Aldicarb≥ LODCA0.1 ppmNY, FL0.4 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI0.5 ppmCO
Allethrin0.1 ppmCO
Atrazine0.025 ppmCO
Azadirachtin0.5 ppmCO
Azoxystrobin0.01 ppmCO0.02 ppmAK0.1 ppmVT0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI3 ppmNY, FL40 ppmCA
Benzovindiflupyr0.01 ppmCO
Bifenazate0.01 ppmCO, RI0.02 ppmAK0.1 ppmVT0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI3 ppmNY, FL5 ppmCA
Bifenthrin0.01 ppmRI0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI0.5 ppmCA, NY, FL1 ppmCO3 ppmVT
Boscalid0.01 ppmCO0.2 ppmTX, IA0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI3 ppmNY, FL10 ppmCA
Buprofezin0.02 ppmCO
Captan3 ppmNY, FL5 ppmCA
Carbaryl0.025 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI0.5 ppmCA, VT, TX, IA, NY, FL
Carbofuran≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO0.1 ppmNY, FL0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI
Chlorantraniliprole0.02 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI3 ppmNY, FL40 ppmCA
Chlordane≥ LODCA0.1 ppmNY, FL
Chlorfenapyr≥ LODCA0.1 ppmNY, FL1 ppmOR, UT, HI
Chlormequat chloride0.01 ppmRI3 ppmNY, FL
Chlorpyrifos≥ LODCA0.04 ppmVT0.1 ppmNY, FL0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI0.5 ppmCO0.6 ppmTX, IA
Clofentezine0.01 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI0.5 ppmCA, NY, FL
Clothianidin0.025 ppmCO
Coumaphos≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO0.1 ppmNY, FL
Cyantraniliprole0.01 ppmCO1 ppmNY
Cyfluthrin0.01 ppmRI0.1 ppmCT0.2 ppmCO1 ppmCA
λ-Cyhalothrin 0.25 ppmCO
Cypermethrin0.3 ppmCO1 ppmCA, OR, UT, CT, VT, NY, FL, HI18 ppmIA
Cyprodinil0.01 ppmCO
Daminozide≥ LODCA0.01 ppmRI0.1 ppmCO, NY, FL1 ppmOR, UT, HI
Deltamethrin0.5 ppmCO, CT
Diazinon0.02 ppmCO0.2 ppmCA, OR, UT, NY, FL, HI0.5 ppmCT2.6 ppmTX, IA
Dichlorvos (DDVP)≥ LODCA0.1 ppmUT, TX, IA, NY, FL, HI0.5 ppmCO1 ppmOR, CT
Dimethoate≥ LODCA0.1 ppmCO, NY, FL0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI
Dimethomorph0.05 ppmCO3 ppmNY, FL20 ppmCA
Dinotefuran0.05 ppmCO
Diuron0.125 ppmCO
Dodemorph0.05 ppmCO
Endosulfan sulfate0.05 ppmCO
Endosulfan-alpha0.2 ppmCO
Endosulfan-beta0.05 ppmCO
Ethoprophos≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO0.1 ppmNY, FL0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI0.4 ppmTX, IA
Etofenprox≥ LODCA0.05 ppmCO0.1 ppmNY, FL0.4 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI
Etoxazole0.01 ppmAK, RI0.02 ppmCO0.1 ppmVT0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI1.5 ppmCA,NY, FL
Etridiazole0.03 ppmCO
Fenhexamid0.125 ppmCO3 ppmNY, FL10 ppmCA
Fenoxycarb≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO, RI0.1 ppmNY, FL0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI
Fenpyroximate0.2 ppmCO0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI2 ppmCA, NY, FL
Fensulfothion0.01 ppmCO
Fenthion0.01 ppmCO
Fenvalerate0.1 ppmCO1.5 ppmCT
Fipronil≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO0.1 ppmNY, FL0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI1 ppmTX, IA
Flonicamid0.025 ppmCO1 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI2 ppmCA, NY, FL
Fludioxonil0.01 ppmCO0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI3 ppmNY, FL30 ppmCA
Fluopyram0.01 ppmCO
Hexythiazox0.01 ppmCO1 ppmOR, UT, HI2 ppmCA, NY, FL
Imazalil≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO, RI0.04 ppmAK, VT0.1 ppmNY, FL0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI
Imidacloprid0.01 ppmCO, RI0.02 ppmAK0.4 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI3 ppmCA, NY, FL5 ppmVT
Iprodione0.50 ppmCO
Kinoprene0.50 ppmCO
Kresoxim-methyl0.02 ppmCO0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI1 ppmCA, NY, FL
Malathion0.02 ppmCO0.05 ppmAK0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI2 ppmNY, FL5 ppmCA
Metalaxyl0.02 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI3 ppmNY, FL15 ppmCA
Methiocarb≥ LODCA0.02 ppmCO0.1 ppmNY, FL0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI0.4 ppmTX, IA
Methomyl0.05 ppmCO0.1 ppmCA, NY, FL0.4 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI
Methoprene2 ppmCO
Methyl Parathion≥ LODCA0.05 ppmCO0.1 ppmNY, FL0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI8.5 ppmTX, IA
Mevinphos≥ LODCA0.025 ppmCO0.1 ppmNY, FL
MGK-2640.05 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI
Myclobutanil0.01 ppmCO, RI0.04 ppmAK0.1 ppmVT0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI0.3 ppmTX, IA3 ppmNY, FL9 ppmCA
Naled0.1 ppmCO0.5 ppmCA, OR, UT, NY, FL, HI
Novaluron0.025 ppmCO0.5 ppmNY
Oxamyl0.2 ppmCA0.5 ppmNY, FL1 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI1.5 ppmCO
Paclobutrazol≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO, RI0.1 ppmNY, FL0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI
Pentachloronitrobenze (Quintozene)0.02 ppmCO0.2 ppmCA, NY, FL
Permethrin0.04 ppmAK0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI0.5 ppmCO1 ppmCT, NY, FL1.1 ppmTX, IA20 ppmCA
Phenothrin0.05 ppmCO
Phosmet0.02 ppmCO0.05 ppmCT0.2 ppmCA, OR, UT, NY, FL, HI
Piperonylbutoxide0.2 ppmCO2 ppmOR, UT, HI3 ppm CT, NY, FL8 ppmCA
Pirimicarb0.01 ppmCO
Prallethrin0.05 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI0.4 ppmCA, NY, FL
Propiconazole0.1 ppmCO0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI1 ppmNY, FL20 ppmCA
Propoxur≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO0.1 ppmNY, FL0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI
Pyraclostrobin0.01 ppmCO
Pyrethrins0.05 ppmCO0.5 ppmVT1 ppmCA, OR, UT, NY, FL, HI
Pyridaben0.02 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI3 ppmCA, NY, FL
Pyriproxyfen0.010 ppmCO
Resmethrin0.05 ppmCO
Spinetoram0.01 ppmCO3 ppmCA, NY, FL
Spinosad0.01 ppmCO, RI0.06 ppmAK0.1 ppmVT0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI3 ppmCA, NY, FL
Spirodiclofen0.25 ppmCO
Spiromesifen0.01 ppmRI0.03 ppmAK0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI3 ppmCO, NY, FL12 ppmCA
Spirotetramat0.01 ppmCO, RI0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI3 ppmNY, FL13 ppmCA
Spiroxamine≥ LODCA0.1 ppmCO, NY, FL0.4 ppmOR, UT, HI2 ppmTX, IA
Tebuconazole0.01 ppmAK, CO0.4 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI1 ppmNY, FL2 ppmCA
Tebufenozide0.01 ppmCO
Teflubenzuron0.025 ppmCO
Tetrachlorvinphos0.01 ppmCO
Tetramethrin0.1 ppmCO
Thiabendazole0.020 ppmCO
Thiacloprid≥ LODCA0.01 ppmCO0.1 ppmNY, FL0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI
Thiamethoxam0.01 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, TX, IA, HI1 ppmNY, FL4.5 ppmCA
Thiophanate-methyl0.05 ppmCO
Trifloxystrobin0.01 ppmRI0.02 ppmCO0.2 ppmOR, UT, HI3 ppmNY, FL30 ppmCA
Arsenic0.2 ppmRI0.42 ppmOH1.5 ppmCA, CO, VT, TX, IA, AK, NY, FL2 ppmUT, WA3 ppmCO10 ppmVA, HI0.14 µg/kg BW/DayCT
Cadmium0.2 ppmRI0.27 ppmOH0.3 ppmTX, IA0.5 ppmCA, CO, VT, AK, NY, FL0.82 ppmUT, WA3 ppmCO4 ppmHI
Lead0.5 ppmCA, CO, NY, FL, RI0.87 ppmOH1 ppmVT, TX, IA, AK1.2 ppmUT, WA6 ppmHI10 ppmVA, CO0.29 µg/kg BW/DayCT
Mercury0.1 ppmRI0.4 ppmUT, WA0.5 ppmTX, IA0.87 ppmOH1 ppmCO1.5 ppmAK2 ppmHI
YersiniaDetectTX
Candida albicansNo Detection in 1 g or mLVA (vaginal)
Pseudomonas aeruginosaNo Detection in 1 g or mLVA (mucosal, vaginal)
Staphylococcus aureusNo Detection in 1 g or mLVA (mucosal, vaginal)No Detection in XgTX
Staphylococcus spp.No Detection in XgUT
CampylobacterNo Detection in XgTX
Listeria monocytogenesNo Detection in XgTX, NY, FL
Bile-Tolerant Gram-Negative Bacteria10² CFU/gIL10³ CFU/gMA, NM, RI
Coliforms10² CFU/gCO10³ CFU/gMA, NM, RI
Escherichia coliNo Detection in 10 gCTNo Detection in 1 g or mLVA, RINo Detection in XgUT
Shiga Toxin-producing E. coli (STEC)No Detection in 25 gCONo Detection in 10 gNM, RINo Detection in 1 gCA, MA, NV, HINo Detection in XgIA, NY, FL,TX
Salmonella spp.No Detection in 25 gCONo Detection in 10 gNMNo Detection in 1 gCA, MA, NV, HI, RINo Detection in X gTX, NY, FL
Aspergillus (A. flavus, A. terreus, A. niger, A. fumigatus)No Detection in 1 gCA1 CFU/gAK
Total Enterobacteriaceae10³ CFU/gNV
Total Yeast & Mold10 CFU/gVA (aqueous oral, mucosal, vaginal)10² CFU/gVT, CT, VA (nonaqueous oral, rectal)200 CFU/gIA10³ CFU/gCO, UT, HI, RI10⁴ CFU/gAK, MA, NM
Total Aerobic Bacteria10² CFU/gVA (aqueous oral, mucosal, vaginal)10³ CFU/gVT, CT, VA (nonaqueous oral, rectal)2000 CFU/gIA10⁴ CFU/gCO, UT, HI10⁵ CFU/gMA, NM, NV, RI
Foreign MaterialNone DetectedNVvariesCA
Water Activity0.85 AwCA< 0.86 or pH < 4.6NV
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