Accreditation to the newest ISO standard now reaching the cannabis market brings a number of interesting changes to laboratory accreditation as we know it.
Phenova is A2LA’s first ISO/IEC 17043 accredited proficiency testing provider for the cannabis industry.
Representatives from the leading accreditation bodies met for a panel at the Food Safety Consortium where they discussed the new ISO standard, the future of the cannabis lab industry and certifications for food safety and quality.
Massachusetts gave the green light to dispensaries last week, opening up the first recreational cannabis market on the East Coast.
The Company is opening a laboratory on the Big Island, their second location in the state.
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.
The two organizations announced the first ever partnership between a lab accreditation body and a cannabis trade organization.
In late July, the first recall in the new regulatory environment was issued and days later, a different company issued another recall.
A2LA and EVIO Inc. announced the accreditation yesterday ahead of the state’s upcoming recreational implementation.
The NCIA is releasing white papers this week with recommendations for cannabis testing policy and guidance for businesses dealing with crisis communications.