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Prohibited Appearances and Packaging of Medical Marihuana Products

The Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act Emergency Rules establish protocols regarding edible marihuana products. Per Rule 33, the term ‘edible marihuana product’ means any marihuana-infused product containing marihuana that is intended for human consumption in a manner other than smoke inhalation. It is important to note the following:

No edible marihuana product can be in a shape, color, package, or labeled in a manner that it would appeal to minors aged 17 years or younger. No edible marihuana product can be associated with or have cartoons, caricatures, toys, colors, designs, shapes, labels, or package that would appeal to minors.

 

• No edible marihuana product can be easily confused with commercially sold candy. The use of the word candy or candies on the packaging or labeling is prohibited.

 

• An edible marihuana product must be in child resistant packages or containers

 

• A processor is prohibited from producing an edible marihuana product that requires time or temperature control for safety. The end-product must be a stable shelf-life edible marihuana product.

Read the entire tip with pictured examples here

 

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