Starting January 1, California’s cannabis operators must adhere to strict compliance guidelines that include oversight by the state’s new track-and-trace system, Metrc. Failure to do so puts businesses at risk of criminal liabilities and has the potential to invite federal prosecution.
Seed to Sale Show is the only national show focused solely on innovative best practices, science, and cutting-edge technology surrounding the whole life cycle of the cannabis plant grown, processed, and sold in a regulated market.
This February 12–13, more than 3,000 of the nation’s leading professionals will convene in Boston, MA, at the forefront of the cannabis industry’s technological advancement and modernization, to learn about the latest innovations behind the growing, extracting, infusing, marketing, and retailing of cannabis in three highly-focused educational tracks
In the sixth and final piece of the series, we present a summary highlighting the key takeaways for how cannabis businesses can protect their intellectual property in Canada.
Ellice Ogle discusses how to design a recall plan for your company by using available resources, not by starting from scratch.
An introduction to food safety planning and what key issues businesses should consider when designing a plan.
A panel discussion featuring leading experts in the cannabis infused products market will focus on the edibles supply chain and challenges in producing cannabis products.
Lindsay Engle reviews the status quo of cannabis on the East Coast, where a number of states appear to have recreational legalization on the horizon.
The leading cannabis laboratory accreditation bodies and cannabis production certification bodies will get together for a panel discussion at this year’s Food Safety Consortium.
In Part 2 of the series, Naiberg discusses how cannabis business owners can protect new technologies and inventions through applying for a patent.
Ellice Ogle discusses how to develop a food safety culture in your workplace to have employees thinking “This is the right thing to do,” even when working without supervision.