The winners announced today include companies that have a strong presence on the national level.
The partnership essentially means AHPA will help develop cannabis standards with technical contributions and regulatory recommendations.
Improving the employee experience and implementing an education program can help reduce high turnover rates.
Hazard analysis and critical control points is a management system that identifies and addresses risks to product safety.
Outco, soon to be the largest cultivator in Southern California, is building a laboratory for quality controls, research and to help startups that touch the plant.
The set of temporary rules outline a variety of regulatory compliance and safety issues, including a list of approved pesticides and guidelines for recalls.
Through a focus on quality controls, Colorado-based Elixinol is raising the bar for hemp manufacturing.
Terra Tech’s rapid expansion with IVXX and Blum dispensary depends on maintaining rigorous quality standards.
Sample preparation for QuEChERS analysis varies depending on the type of edible cannabis product being tested.
The AOCS annual meeting brought leaders in analytical chemistry to discuss the changing cannabis safety landscape.