Health Canada, the Canadian military, sports organizations and provincial governments continue to issue (and revise) guidelines as the October market start looms.
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This complimentary virtual conference consists of 5 back-to-back webinars, all on the same day. Hear from experts in the infused products and edibles industry discuss the latest in regulatory compliance, quality and safety issues. Speakers will help attendees better understand GMPs, standards, food safety protocols, vetting supplier quality and much more. Sign up for this complimentary virtual event today.
As the October 17 deadline looms, what is the state of provincial reform in Canada and who stands to have the most influence in local markets?
Better understanding of cannabis-related photobiology is helping LED grow light manufacturers produce lighting that increases crop yields and perhaps more importantly, cannabis quality.
Europe’s cannabis reforms and market opening might be all the rage right now in the mainstream global industry, but what about the jolly green cannabis giant, China?
It is hardly an “October Surprise” that global markets are starting to align on timing issues – but what does this odd situation herald for the burgeoning international industry?
After outlining the risks to address in quality plans earlier in the series, Dr. Askew shows how your brand can suffer in the court of public opinion.
Knowing the types of documents required for standards and regulations will help you stay ahead of compliance issues at your facility.
With an entire track dedicated to cannabis this year, attendees will learn about a range of critical issues connecting cannabis and food safety, from product safety to quality in edibles manufacturing to regulations and standards.