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MASSACHUSETTS Marijuana Packaging and Labeling State Law

Massachusetts’ cannabis labeling and packaging guidelines include the following: (E) Packaging and Labeling (1) Marijuana shall be packaged in plain, opaque, tamper-proof, and child-proof containers without depictions of the product, cartoons, or images other than the RMD’s logo. Edible MIPs shall not bear a reasonable resemblance to any product available for consumption as a commercially […]

MARYLAND Marijuana Packaging and Labeling State Law

Maryland’s cannabis labeling and packaging guidelines include the following: Packaging of Medical Cannabis Finished Product 1.All items shall be individually packaged at the original point of processing. 2.Packaging Requirements. A package of medical cannabis finished product shall: (1) Be plain; (2) Be opaque; (3) Be tamper-evident, and if applicable or appropriate, child-resistant; (4) Bear a […]

MAINE Marijuana Packaging and Labeling State Law

Maine’s cannabis labels on prepared marijuana and goods containing marijuana that are sold by dispensaries and caregivers are used as evidence of compliance with the law that limits possession and dispensing to 2.5 ounces of prepared marijuana per qualifying patient. The packaging and labeling of prepared marijuana and marijuana products for sale by registered dispensaries […]

ILLINOIS Marijuana Packaging and Labeling State Law

Illinois’ cannabis labeling and packaging guidelines include the following: • Each cannabis product produced for sale shall be registered with the Department on forms provided by the Department. a) Each product registration shall include a label and the required registration fee (Section 1000.140). The registration fee is for the name of the product offered for […]

HAWAII Marijuana Packaging and Labeling State Law

Hawaii’s cannabis labeling and packaging guidelines come from Chapter 32D – Medical Marijuana Dispensary System: • Advertising and packaging. (a) The department shall establish standards regarding the advertising and packaging of marijuana and manufactured marijuana products; provided that the standards, at a minimum, shall require the use of packaging that: • Is child-resistant and opaque so that […]

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Marijuana Packaging and Labeling State Law

Washington D.C.’s cannabis labeling and packaging guidelines state that no medical marijuana shall be dispensed or distributed to a qualifying patient or caregiver unless the container in which it is distributed bears a legible label, firmly affixed, stating the following information: (a) The name of the cultivation center where the medical marijuana was produced (b) […]

DELAWARE Marijuana Packaging and Labeling State Law

Delaware’s cannabis labeling and packaging guidelines include a description of the packaging of the usable marijuana that the compassion center shall be utilizing which shall, a minimum, include: • The name of the strain, batch, and quantity; • The statement “this product is for medical use only, not for resale;” • Details indicating • (1) […]

CONNECTICUT Marijuana Packaging and Labeling State Law

Connecticut’s cannabis labeling and packaging guidelines come from Sec. 21a-408-56 of its regulations: • A producer shall individually package, label, and seal marijuana products in unit sizes such that no single unit contains more than a one-month supply of marijuana. • A producer shall place any product containing marijuana in a child-resistant and light-resistant package. • A […]

COLORADO Marijuana Packaging and Labeling State Law

Colorado’s most recent updates to labeling requirements include the following stipulations: M 1002 – Labeling Requirements: General Requirements Labeling Required. All Medical Marijuana and Medical Marijuana-Infused Product sold, transferred, or otherwise provided to a consumer must be in a Container that is labeled with all required information, see Rules M 1001 – Packaging Requirements: General […]

CALIFORNIA Marijuana Packaging and Labeling State Law

The Office of Manufactured Cannabis Safety (OMCS) has proposed the following regulations: SUBCHAPTER 5. LABELING AND PACKAGING REQUIREMENTS Article 1. General Provisions • 40400. Applicability. The requirements in this section shall apply to finished cannabis products and shall not apply to cannabis or cannabis products that are transferred between licensees for purpose of further processing […]

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