The State of Payment Processing for Delivery in the Cannabis Industry Let’s face it — the cannabis industry has a cash problem. Now, too much cash isn’t a bad thing; cash is still king. But, when cash is the only means of doing business – from customer transactions to paying tens of thousands of dollars
Yes, you read that right. As of June 30, 2019 many brands’ products will be non-compliant due to the updated package regulations by California’s BCC. The California Department of Public Health has mandated that “any inhalable cannabis product” should be marked with the universal symbol. This means that hardware, like vapes and vape cartridges, will
When should you be reporting to METRC? The licensing structure for the California cannabis industry is complex and confusing. Mix in the tech infrastructure of METRC and you’re thrown deeper into confusion. If you’re a cannabis delivery service and have struggled with the ambiguity of the BCC, you’re not alone. Many cannabis deliveries are fighting
Setting the Bar for Cannabis Testing Founded in 2012 by Aaron Riley, CannaSafe has become one of the industry’s leading cannabis testing laboratories in the United States. CannaSafe received the first International Organization for Standardization (ISO) accreditation of any cannabis testing laboratory in 2017, setting the bar of expectations in the highest way possible. Cannabis
WebJoint had the privilege of interviewing Jordan Wellington, Co-founder and Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) of Simplifya. Simplifya is a Denver-based compliance software tool for cannabis licensees. Simplifya aims to excel in the cannabis space by providing software solutions for the complicated navigation of regulatory practices. With a legal background, Jordan specializes in operational compliance and government relations, having
What is METRC? METRC is the reporting regulation system for California Cannabis Track-and-Trace (CCTT). Tracking products from seed-to-sale creates a lineage, or footprint, for each cannabis activity that a cannabis product experiences. What this means is that each plant is required to have its own unique identifier -or- barcode. It also means that products are
Cannabis Retail Licensing Cannabis Retail License Types: M: Allows for the sale of cannabis products to those aged 18 or older. A-U: Adult-use license types allow for the sale of cannabis products to adults ages 21 or older. Combo: Allows for both consumer-types to be serviced by one location. The tax regulations pertaining to each
Dispensaries have long been the kings of cannabis and as things turn up during the regulatory transition period, the BCC is slowly inching towards a final set of rules to adhere by. The competition is hotter than ever. Are you prepared to stay compliant and be one step ahead of the rest of the field?