Hemp, Inc. is a publicly-traded company (OTC: HEMP) that was founded in 2008. Their mission is to provide green solutions that help make the world a better place to live. Hemp products are eco-friendly, healthy, and can often replace petroleum-based products. Hemp, Inc. is a pioneer in the industrial hemp industry. Hemp has not been legal in America and other countries for over 70 years. So being able to say “Made from Hemp Grown in the U.S.A.” will be a huge milestone.
Working together we can make a difference. The movement towards legalizing hemp is growing. Hemp, Inc.’s goal is to be the leader in the industrial hemp fiber industry in America, which is now estimated to be over $500 Million. A crop of hemp saves water, energy, reduces the need for pesticides, and is more natural, economic, and ecological than using cotton or trees.
In a forward-thinking move, Hemp, Inc.’s wholly-owned subsidiary Industrial Hemp Manufacturing, LLC purchased the largest decortication plant in North America. Then they began the task of moving it to Spring Hope, North Carolina to their 70,000 square foot warehouse on 9 acres.
Hemp, Inc. has bi-coastal processing centers including its 85,000 square-foot multipurpose industrial hemp processing facility in Spring Hope, North Carolina, a state-of-the-art processing center in Medford, Oregon.
The first products that come from the fully operational North Carolina plant are lost circulation materials (LCMs) and oil absorbents from a hemp and kenaf blend, called DrillWall and SpillSuck respectively. Kenaf is one of the most absorbent materials on earth, according to a Navy research study. Hemp, Inc. also processes hemp for companies creating bioplastic to help fill the growing demand for sustainable products, making this the Company’s third natural product venture. Hemp, Inc.’s bioplastic is a proprietary blend of hemp and kenaf that is specifically formulated for the hemp bioplastics industry.
In late 2019, Hemp, Inc. announced the KING OF HEMP as officially registered with the federal government’s Patent and Trademark Office, one of the first trademark registrations to issue in the PTO’s post-Farm Bill era of allowing trademark registrations on products containing less than .3 percent THC and the first trademark registration for “hemp cigarettes.” The high-quality flower comes from Hemp, Inc.’s Oregon operations and the small hemp farmers they support in the surrounding region.
Their long-term vision is to continue developing proprietary products as well as purchase, acquire, and join with companies across various sectors of the hemp industry. They are creating a portfolio of synergistic businesses that will attract revenues, add value, and further our position as a leader in the industrial hemp industry.
Hemp, Inc. is dedicated to being the leader in the industrial hemp industry in America, which is now estimated to be over $500 Million. A crop of hemp saves water, energy, reduces the need for pesticides, and is more natural, more economical, and more ecological than using cotton or trees.