“Not For Kids” Warning Label: What It Means For Your Cannabis Business

The “Not for Kids” warning symbol will be required to be placed on all packages of marijuana products meant to be eaten or swallowed effective February 14, 2017. The Board recognizes that changing packaging requires time which is why the effective date has been pushed out to mid-February, enforcement of the new requirement will commence at the same time.

By Jason Lammers Effective Feb 14th, 2017 the new Not for Kids warning symbol will be required on all cannabis edibles. Here’s what it means for your cannabis business. The LCB is defining marijuana edibles as “marijuana infused products meant to be eaten or swallowed” Warning symbol must be a minimum size of ¾” tall Read the full article…

“Not for Kids” Deadline Approaches For Washington Edibles

The “Not for Kids” warning symbol will be required to be placed on all packages of marijuana products meant to be eaten or swallowed effective February 14, 2017. The Board recognizes that changing packaging requires time which is why the effective date has been pushed out to mid-February, enforcement of the new requirement will commence at the same time.

WASHINGTON: The “Not for Kids” warning symbol will be required to be placed on all packages of marijuana products meant to be eaten or swallowed effective February 14, 2017. The Board recognizes that changing packaging requires time which is why the effective date was extended to 90 days after adoption in mid-February; enforcement of the new requirement Read the full article…

A New Twist On Rolling Your Own: Curved Papers

The science of building a better rolling paper

EDITOR’S NOTE: As part of our ongoing coverage of the best in marijuana design and packaging, MJNewsNetwork asked MIT-trained engineer Michael O’Malley to tell us how he came up with a better rolling paper.   The Rolling Papers Industry and Curved Papers Manufacturing by Michael O’Malley Our package design was born of necessity, like many inventions. I Read the full article…

Pot Startup Rolls Out Accessories

Growing up, Gordon spent winters at his family home in Colorado, where the cannabis industry has gone more mainstream.

CALIFORNIA: Time for the marijuana industry to get a makeover, says Josh Gordon, founder and CEO of e-commerce start-up The Bureau. He’s weeding out tie-dye and leaf graphics for chic new designs. The 27-year-old said he has high hopes to “raise the standards for the [marijuana] industry,” and nix the black-market feel. “Whether we’re talking about Read the full article…