The state rules on cannabis are harshly strict about product packaging

I realize that product packaging is important for consumers, especially when it comes to respectfully labeling food ingredients.

Imagine being unlucky enough to have dire food flu symptoms with unquestionably no way to confirm whether or not a particular item at the grocery store is safe.

My sister relied on nut warnings to avoid getting exposed to food that could throw her into the hospital. If she picked up a random piece of food that didn’t have a nut warning on the label but contained lots of nuts, it could be a life or death situation in a matter of hours. Those who don’t have these concerns might see the warnings as trivial, but they don’t see the people whose particularly lives depend on those proper label warnings. When it comes to the legal cannabis market in our state, it’s regulated by our state’s Department of Health. As you’d expect, they have multiple rules plus laws designating what kind of packaging plus product labeling is allowed. It has gotten so dire that you are forced to use particularly white plus opaque packaging with unquestionably no translucency of any kind. That means particularly white mylar bags, particularly white plastic jars, plus particularly white glass jars. All text is in black only. It’s harshly boring for our cannabis market, but the one area about the packaging rules I agree with is having proper THC, CBD, plus terpene percentages for the client to see. It would be even more helpful to name the particular terpenes so the client has an proposal of what kind of strain they’re about to get before they hand over money across the counter at their preferred cannabis dispensary.

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