Kratom Label

Super Speciosa Label Update

Hey Super Speciosa customers! We have an important update to share with you regarding our labeling procedure for our kratom powder products. Watch the video to see how the new labeling process is demonstrated!

Here at Super Speciosa, we specialize in high -quality kratom. With that, comes the complete transparency of our product and manufacturing processes. 

All our kratom powder bags have proper labeling that indicate the mitragynine and 7-OH levels, batch number, expiration date, a barcode for inventory, and a QR code that once scanned takes you directly to the lab result of that specific batch. This information was previously printed on a white label that would be placed on the back of the bag after the bag is filled with powder.

We recently upgraded our machines so that after the bags are filled, the machine will directly print the batch information directly on the bag. The batch information is the exact same as on the previous white labels: the mitragynine and 7-OH content, batch number, expiration date, a barcode for inventory purposes, and of course the QR code for the lab result. The batch information is not pre-printed on the bag before the kratom is filled. The procedure is nearly the same as our original process. This new process just creates a more efficient manufacturing process while still delivering high-quality kratom for our customers. 

We want to assure you all that the quality of our kratom has not changed. Our goal is to always be as transparent as possible with our kratom and our process. Our new labeling procedure is still in compliance within Good Manufacturing Practices as well as any local, state and federal laws and regulations regarding food grade products and kratom. 

If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected]

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