Spot-checking with potency testing at commercial grow sites is becoming a growing trend, here are some instruments designed for it.
Potency and homogeneity testing for medical concentrates and infused products will be required November 1st.
The rule change requires manufacturers to ditch animal, human or fruit-shaped edibles and use non-descript shapes instead.
We sit down with Josh Drayton, deputy director of the CCIA, to chat about the upcoming changes in the CA cannabis regulatory environment.
The Cannabis Science Conference began with an all-day education event at Chalice Farms’ facility in Portland.
The training programs will help California cannabis employees navigate complex regulatory compliance issues.
Wana Brands announced today their products are in 240 dispensaries in Oregon, out of 375 total.
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.