European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA)

Formula Swiss is a proud member of The European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA) since 2018.

The European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA) is a non-profit organisation that promotes the use of hemp as a sustainable crop in Europe. Established in 2002, the EIHA is made up of farmers, manufacturers, researchers, and other stakeholders in the hemp industry. The association works to ensure the highest standards in hemp production and to advocate for recognising hemp’s beneficial uses and applications.

The EIHA is dedicated to promoting the cultivation and processing of hemp and is actively involved in researching and developing hemp-based products. The organization works to ensure that hemp farmers can access the best quality hemp seed and provide them with the technical advice they need to cultivate and process hemp effectively. The EIHA also ensures that hemp-based products meet the highest quality and safety standards.


The EIHA also informs policymakers and the public about the potential of hemp as a sustainable crop. The organization is committed to advocating for laws and regulations that will enable hemp to be used as a resource for food, fibre, fuel, and medicine. The EIHA works with European governments and the European Union to develop policies that will help promote the hemp industry's development.

The EIHA works to ensure that the hemp industry is sustainable and benefits both the environment and the economy. The organization supports the development of sustainable production processes and encourages using hemp-based products.

The EIHA is a valuable resource for anyone interested in learning more about hemp and its potential as a sustainable crop. The organization provides a wealth of information on hemp production, research, and policy and works to ensure that the industry can reach its full potential. Whether you’re a farmer, a researcher, a policymaker, or a consumer, the EIHA is an invaluable resource for learning more about the potential of hemp.

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