Above: (Left) All Plant 50% Complete Hemp Protein Powder, (Right) Dehulled Hemp Grain
We are pushing the infrastructure for Industrial hemp in America. Whether you're a farmer, a food industry representative looking to add hemp grain to thier products, or wish to utilize hemp fibers for a variety of products. Click the link above. Our platform will allow us to find EXACTLY what you're looking for.
We provide X-59 grain in the form of whole hemp grain or processed into dehulled hemp grain, protein powder, fiber powder, and oil to be used in your products and brand. Simply contact us with the anticipated volume details required and we will handle the rest. With a production contract in hand, we will contract the farmers to produce your grain. You don't need to worry about figuring out how to grow or produce quality grain and fiber product.
We have the experience and expertise to see to it that the hemp product you need is grown to your standards, start to finish.
The through our processing network we deliver the hemp food products that meet the Standards for Food Quality and Safety as described by the USDA National Organic Program. Our X-59 hemp grain is NON-GMO and is dairy, nut, and gluten free.
At Legacy Hemp we start from the seed up with education to farmers, hemp agriculture consulting, and quality production for our customers.
The hemp grain processing facilities are centrally located in the Midwest under and expanding to new territory. These facilities allow our farmers of grain to get product from field to pallet as quickly as it is processed.
Hemp grain is a natural superfood with a huge market in the health foods industry, but there is so much potential than just the grain. In 1938, Popular Mechanics released an issue outlining 25,000 potential hemp based products. With the potential for industrial hemp ever growing, you can be sure Legacy Hemp, LLC will be on the front end to make sure the legacy of industrial hemp is kept intact.
The model for successful industrial hemp in America begins with the grain allowing the markets for fiber to develop, domestically, and locally around the plant.
Its with your market, that allows the the future of hemp to develop.