Partner with Leafly to be at the forefront of reimagining the industry. Consumer interest in new, trusted brands and products is on the rise and a majority of consumers believe it is the brand or manufacturer’s responsibility to provide them with complete product information. This trend in food is carrying over to cannabis and the need for accurate, consistent product labeling is an emerging need in this growing space.
Leafly's trusted network of labs powers the visual language of the Leafly Cannabis Guide and ensures that cannabinoid and terpene data for strains are represented accurately for consumers to make better, more informed choices in what marijuana is best for their personal needs. This visual language allows consumers to easily identify similarities and differences between strains more reliably than indica, sativa, and hybrid classifications. Learn more about the Leafly Cannabis Guide.
As a licensed cannabis testing facility interested in and committed to accuracy, consistency, and compliance, now is the time to partner with Leafly and learn how together we can reimagine cannabis strains with lab-sourced data. Leafly’s trusted network of licensed lab partners are:
Leafly uses a multi-phase evaluation process along with a combination of factors when partnering with labs. Among the things we look for are: what cannabinoids and terpenes are being measured, how do measurements compare to what is observed in other labs, and the scientific literature.
Chemical makeup plays a crucial role in the potential effects of a given strain and while these can vary by producer, Leafly’s lab partnerships provide an aggregated view into what the most common profile for a given strain when sourcing strains from multiple producers. Strains can be highly consistent across growers and can also have distinct chemotypes (chemical varieties) which are seen by different growers under the same strain name. Where possible, Leafly will surface this information to consumers on its strain pages to help them make the most informed cannabis decisions.
No, there are many cannabis testing labs in every region with legal access to cannabis. Leafly’s integration efforts with lab partners can be labor-intensive and due to technical constraints Leafly can’t always integrate with interested, reputable labs, but be sure to check back in as we continue to onboard new partners.