This free, 1-hour webinar co-hosted by NEHA and CIJ, will be held May 2nd at 1pm EST: A hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP) plan has historically been applied by the food manufacturing industry and later foodservice to control food safety. Both a food facility and a restaurant strive to sell food that is safe for consumption, that will not cause injury or illness. As the cannabis industry grows in the manufacture of cannabis-infused products, namely edibles, lessons can be learned from the progress and success of programs like Good Manufacturing Practices, HACCP, Juice HACCP and the Food Safety Modernization Act. One side of the coin is compliance with regulations; the other side of the coin is taking all necessary steps to ensure a safe product for the consumer. We will also discuss the disparities in state-to-state cannabis safety and quality regulations, and implications for infused-product manufacturers.
Following a report indicating lab shopping and possible foul play, Capitol Analysis attempts to identify inconsistencies in lab results.
This free webinar, hosted by Perkin Elmer and CIJ, will dive into the regulatory environments surrounding cannabis testing, as well as terpene, residual solvent and heavy metals testing. Are you finding it difficult to keep up with changing regulations for the cannbis industry? Are you looking to reduce hands-on analysis time? Speed up sample processing? Have less waste? Possibly reduce the number of individual tests running in your laboratory?
• Understand and prepare for new state regulations in the US and pending federal regulations for Canada
• Learn how to run two regulated tests (terpenes and residual solvents) in one analysis, on one instrument, and with one SOP
• Overcome challenging cannabis matrices for heavy metal analysis with microwave digestion
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