Envirocann helps cannabis companies market their sustainable production practices, but they do much more than that. Learn how Envirocann is revolutionizing the way certifications help businesses succeed.
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FoodChain ID, one of the leading global food safety organizations, is now recognized as the official certification body for the U.S. Hemp Authority certification seals.
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This complimentary virtual conference consists of 4 back-to-back webinars, all on the same day. Hear from experts as they discuss food science in cannabis, food safety culture, HACCP and GMPs, and an overview of the Canadian edibles market.
State regulations shouldn’t be the reason why infused products manufacturers have robust safety and quality standards, consumer safety is. Getting ahead of regulations with proactive safety and quality planning can improve a business’s bottom line tremendously. There are a number of tools and tricks cannabis companies can learn from the food industry to streamline their businesses and gain a bigger chunk of the market share.
Information economics has existed for decades and drives much of how products, including cannabis, are marketed and purchased. Understanding different product attributes is key to setting up a sustainable cannabis product, corporation, and industry.
Regulators in Maine have chosen to go with Metrc for their traceability software, executing a six-year contract with the software company and making it the 13th state to enter a contract with the provider.
The Food Labs / Cannabis Labs Conference is one conference serving the food and cannabis laboratory markets with two separate tracks and overarching plenary presentations. The Food Labs Conference will address regulatory, compliance and risk management issues that companies face in the area of testing and food laboratory management. The Cannabis Labs Conference has a focus on science, technology, regulatory compliance and quality management. The event enables attendees to engage in conversations that are critical for advancing careers and organizations alike.
From consolidation to maturation: find out what Melissa Kuipers Blake thinks will be the biggest trends for the cannabis industry this year.