Nevada Cannabis Sales Exceed $1 Billion in Fiscal Year 2021 – Cannabis Dispensary

Compliant packaging and labeling can get tricky in a highly regulated industry like cannabis.

This became evident last month, when the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission (OLCC) issued recalls for mislabeled cannabis tinctures produced by Cura CS LLC and sold under the company’s Select brand. Curaleaf, Cura’s parent company, acknowledged that the company mixed up its THC and CBD tinctures, ultimately labeling the THC drops as containing only CBD and labeling the CBD drops as containing 17.25 mg of THC per serving.

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California-based cannabis operator Papa & Barkley also produces both CBD- and THC-based products, and Guy Rocourt, the company’s co-founder and chief product officer, has worked diligently to avoid this kind of product mix-up.

Here, Rocourt offers tips to streamline the packaging and labeling process when producing both THC and CBD product lines.

1. Consider separate manufacturing locations for THC and CBD products.

How do you avoid mixing up THC and CBD products at your processing facility? For Papa & Barkley, the simplest solution is to manufacture the products in separate facilities—and in different states.

The company produces CBD products for its national product line at partner facilities in Oregon, Colorado and Vermont, while manufacturing its

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