Resources for kratom businesses


Kratom Trade Association Guide to Good Manufacturing Practices

Ensuring safe, high-quality Kratom products is one of the primary goals of the Kratom Trade Association (KTA). Our manufacturers and vendors adhere to a strict quality control regimen called “current good manufacturing practices,” or cGMP. This sets the pace for what consumers should expect from Kratom, and what all of us in the industry are committed to delivering – superior botanical products for people to manage their health and well-being.


Kratom Trade Association Basic Product Label Guidelines

The Kratom Trade Association (KTA) is dedicated to the safe and responsible use of kratom botanical products in the U.S. KTA is committed to regulatory compliance and to developing and promoting use of best practices and quality standards for the industry. The following labeling guidelines re ect this commitment, in conformance with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) labeling requirements. KTA is adopting FDA dietary supplement labeling “guidelines” for kratom as well as cGMP requirements.

Note: Supplement A contains state and local government special legal requirements for labeling in those jurisdictions that are in addition to the guidelines below. Please check the supplement for locations where you sell product and incorporate as needed.


Talking About Kratom: Dos and Don’ts Claims Guide

There are many ways we describe Kratom — natural, effective, life-changing — but there are certain words businesses should not use when talking about Kratom. While several studies have documented Kratom’s potential, there are phrases we should stay away from until Kratom receives the definitive scientific study it deserves.


Fact vs Fiction

Help us fight myths about Kratom in the media and in our own communities — download and share our printable one-page Facts vs. Fiction guide: