Hemp Hunter Labs is a NYS licensed hemp CBD processor and product refiner. We are located in Geneva NY, within the Cornell AgriTech research campus operated in partnership with New York State and the the College of Agriculture and Live Sciences at Cornell University with over 500 PhD researchers on 700 acres of test plots working on 230 projects. The campus contains 20 major buildings and 65,000 square feet of greenhouse space.
Hemp Hunter Labs, was founded by Hunter Friedland, CEO, a Cornell Graduate. The idea for Hemp Hunter Labs was to commercialize the advanced research on Hemp Science coming out of Cornell's School of Integrative Plant Science and establish a cGMP facility for the extraction of cannabinoids from the Hemp plant working with New York State organic farm cooperatives who agree to use the genetic seeds we produce or license for the purposes of quality, traceability and uniformity to create the highest most refined Hemp Oil.
In addition, we have a research lab where we are testing new equipment, processes, formulations of new products within the nutraceuticals, topicals, beverages and food supplement products. The reintroduction of Hemp as a legal crop after 100 of years of prohibition offers a multi-billion opportunity for a plant with over 1000 confirmed uses.
Hemp Hunter Labs plans to sell our oil wholesale as well as create custom white labeled and branded products. We also plan to work with leading nutraceutical, cosmetics, skin care, veterinarian brands in providing our oils and new formulations. Cornell University houses the #1 veterinary school in the country, it also holds the #1 hotel school in the world. We plan on working with all of the colleges and schools within the university as the company will be Cornell-centric. We plan on being a research company with commercial ventures and to create a FDA cGMP facility while providing traceability from the seed to the final product in terms of a barcode on each product that will show the entire history of the product with all of the Certificates of Analysis, dates and chain of custody.
I have attached some pictures from the Cornell AgriTech.