Mile High Labs has announced plans to supply a new sparkling water beverage company CarryOn ™ with ingredients for a range of CBD-infused products that bring together taste and functional ingredients, designed to elevate mood or hone focus and calm.
US-based CarryOn ™ was developed by Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc.’s Lighthouse Incubator, which was created by the farmer-owned cooperative last year to accelerate accessible health and wellness-focused innovation. The CarryOn™ brand has formulated and developed two CBD-infused beverages and, with CBD supplied by Mile High Labs, will be bringing those products to consumers in Colorado.
“Partnerships with trusted brands are what Mile High Labs was built for,” said Stephen Mueller, CEO, Mile High Labs. “Our implementation of the strictest manufacturing standards, like cGMP and ISO 9001, continues to give high-profile companies the confidence they need to bring their products to the CBD space.”
“We understand there was a gap in the market for a trustworthy CBD beverage that tastes good, and also helps calm the mind without unwanted side effects,” said Josh Wiesman, Co-Developer of CarryOn ™ brand. “We are obsessed with quality and want our beverage to inspire, motivate, excite and delight our consumers from the moment they pick up the can until the last drop is finished.”
The Lighthouse Incubator has worked with Mile High Labs to supply its production of the new beverage in the state of Colorado. The CBD is sourced directly from Mile High’s facility in Broomfield, and the product’s launch and manufacturing is taking place in the Centennial State.
“Mile High Labs shares values with CarryOn ™,” said Dan Lane, Customer Development Executive, Mile High Labs. “Like Mile High Labs, CarryOn ™ brand’s culture of quality is championed by every employee. We’re able to meet their level of quality, compliance and documentation with our materials.”
With the current shutdown resulting from COVID-19, CarryOn ™ was unable to send their team members to Colorado to oversee their initial production run with the canning company that’s blending and packaging their new beverages. They asked Mile High Labs to step in and be their eyes and ears while working virtually with remote CarryOn team members for the initial commissioning.
“This is a demonstration of the trust that we’ve built between our companies, as well as the technical expertise that Mile High Labs has on staff,” said Lane. “Together, we were able to ensure an on-time product launch even in the face of a historically disruptive event.”
Source | Mile High Labs