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US (CO): Charlotte's Web earns B Corporation certification

Charlotte’s Web Holdings has earned B Lab’s B Corporation certification to further expand the ways in which the Company can fulfill its mission of benefitting the planet and all who live upon it. "The Charlotte’s Web family is honored to now join the B Corp community of more than 3,500 other B Corps in 150 industries and 74 countries around the world," the team with the company says.

Certified B Corporations (also referred to as B Corps) are for-profit companies that use the power of business to build a more inclusive and sustainable economy. B Corps are required to consider the impact of their decisions on all stakeholders: customers, workers, communities, and the environment. "These requirements are aligned with Charlotte’s Web’s socially conscious founding principles, and formalizes its commitment to environmental, social, and governance issues for stakeholders," they further explain. "In connection with the certification process, and as approved by the shareholders of the Company at the August 2019 annual general and special meeting, the Company has converted to a “benefit company” in accordance with the Business Corporations Act (British Columbia)."

Since 2006, more than 60,000 companies globally have participated in the B Impact Assessment, but only 3,499 have been certified B Corp to date, which is indicative of the rigorous standards set by B Lab in order to become a certified B Corp.

Founded in 2006, the B Corp community works toward reduced inequality, lower levels of poverty, a healthier environment, stronger communities, and the creation of high-quality jobs with dignity and purpose. The formal certification process uses credible, comprehensive, transparent, and independent standards of social and environmental performance.

“It’s exciting to have such a pioneering company like Charlotte’s Web join our B Corp Community,” said Lindsey Wilson, B Lab’s Business Development Manager, “This recognition formally acknowledges all the good work Charlotte’s Web has been doing with regenerative and organic agriculture and its impressive history of support of community sectors in need.”

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