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Cannadonia Withdraws Membership From CTA

Since we operate on a strong ethos of transparency here at Cannadonia, we feel it is important to inform you all that we have made the decision to withdraw our membership and involvement from the Cannabis Trades Association (CTA) with immediate effect.

This is not a decision that has been taken lightly. It is a decision made following several alarming revelations regarding the CTAs conduct that include, but are not limited to, bullying tactics and false and misleading information being presented.

So, what does this mean for you, our customers?

Well in short, nothing. Our core values of transparency, customer service and quality products will not change. It is these values that helped us make the decision to leave the CTA.

Going Forward.

We have always and will always continue to run our brand with integrity, honesty. We will continue to conform to the rules and regulations of the CBD industry. We will now be working with the MHRA directly to ensure that we remain fully compliant. We will continue to guarantee our products and have them verified with stringent, third party, independent, lab tests and the tightest quality control.

We would like to thank all our customers, that have supported us so far on this exciting journey. We love meeting you all and hearing your stories and your feedback and we are very excited to continue building with you all and being able to bring you even more top-quality products. As always, keep an eye on our news feeds and website to keep up to date with all the new products and developments we have coming up




Cannadonia Team


  • Gordon

    Hi It's nice to see another CBD company with a good informative website, sensible pricing and what appears to be a great ethos. I am a supplier myself and have to say I had some issues with the CTA. I had questioned their stance with a CTA member online on a number of issues and what I seen as their dictatorial approach. For a number of weeks after this I received a number of "so called" customer enquiries asking all number of questions about my products and not one of them actually placed an order. I do not know for sure it was them but I felt it really strange that the questions raised were put in such a way to prompt a response that they could then use against me. Anyway, I just thought that it would be nice to let you know that in my opinion you have made a wise choice and that I wish you all the best in your venture. Regards, Gordon

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