Certificate of Analysis | Noun

/Sər-ˈti-fi-kət, əv, ə-ˈna-lə-səs/

  1. A document issued by an inner quality assurance group or third party analytical testing laboratory that affirms that the product has passed inspection and meets regulatory standards. A certificate of analysis may incorporate information about these; cannabinoids, terpenes, heavy metals, microbes, pesticides, mycotoxins, moisture content, water activity, residual solvents, and also the existence of foreign substances.