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WASHINGTON Packaging and Labeling State Law

Washington’s  labeling and packaging guidelines include the following: Packaging and labeling requirements. (1) All usable marijuana and marijuana-infused products must be stored behind a counter or other barrier to ensure a customer does not have direct access to the product. (2) Any container or packaging containing usable marijuana, marijuana concentrates, or marijuana-infused products must protect […]

NEW JERSEY Marijuana Packaging and Labeling State Law

New Jersey’s cannabis labeling and packaging guidelines include the following: (b) The ATC–plant cultivation shall place a legible, firmly affixed label containing the information specified in (c) below on each package of medical marijuana it dispenses to an ATC–dispensary and shall not dispense medical marijuana if the package does not bear the label. (c) The […]

NEW HAMPSHIRE Marijuana Packaging and Labeling State Law

New Hampshire’s cannabis labeling and packaging guidelines require alternative treatment centers to provide a plan for safe and accurate packaging and labeling of cannabis, including the applicant’s plan for ensuring that all cannabis is free of contaminants. For more information, please refer to New Hampshire House Bill 573.

NEVADA Marijuana Packaging and Labeling State Law

Nevada’s cannabis labeling and packaging guidelines include the following: NAC 453A.500  Packaging: Generally. (NRS 453A.370) 1.  Any product containing marijuana must be packaged in child-resistant packaging in accordance with 16 C.F.R. § 1700 or the standards specified in subsection 2 or 3. 2.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3, marijuana-infused products in solid or liquid form must be […]

MINNESOTA Marijuana Packaging and Labeling State Law

Minnesota’s cannabis labeling and packaging guidelines include the following: 0850 PACKAGING AND LABELING. Subpart 1. Medical cannabis packaging. The medical cannabis manufacturer must package all medical cannabis intended for distribution according to the following standards: In addition to the requirements in Minnesota Statutes, section 152.29, subdivision 3, paragraph (c), clause (5), medical cannabis containers must […]

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 […]

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