- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- Washington DC
- West Virginia
16.1. A grower/processor must package and label at its facility each form of medical cannabis prepared for sale. The original seal of a package may not be broken, except for quality control testing at an approved laboratory, for adverse loss investigations conducted by the bureau or by a dispensary that purchased the medical cannabis.
16.2. A grower/processor must package the medical cannabis in a package that minimizes exposure to oxygen and that is:
- 16.2.a. Child-resistant;
- 16.2.b. Tamper-proof or tamper-evident;
- 16.2.c. Light-resistant and opaque; and
- 16.2.d. Resealable.
16.3. A grower/processor must identify each process lot of medical cannabis with a unique identifier.
16.4. A grower/processor must obtain the prior written approval of the bureau of the content of any label to be affixed to a medical cannabis package. Each label must:
- 16.4.a. Be easily readable;
- 16.4.b. Made of weather-resistant and tamper-resistant materials;
- 16.4.c. Be conspicuously placed on the package;
- 16.4.d. Include the name, address, and permit number of the grower/processor;
- 16.4.e. List the form, quantity, and weight of medical cannabis included in the package;
- 16.4.f. List the number of individual doses contained within the package, and the species and percentage of THC and CBD;
- 16.4.g. Contain an identifier that is unique to a particular harvest batch of medical cannabis, including the number assigned to each harvest lot or process lot in the harvest batch;
- 16.4.h. Include the date the medical cannabis was packaged;
- 16.4.i. State the employee identification number of the employee preparing the package and packaging the medical cannabis;
- 16.4.j. State the employee identification number of the employee shipping the package, if different than the employee described in subdivision 16.4.i.;
- 16.4.k Contain the name and address of the dispensary to which the package is to be sold;
- 16.4.l List the date of expiration of the medical cannabis.
– Importing certain materials such as vape batteries and cartridges may be considered Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems or ENDS under the PACT ACT, and thus may be challenging to ship.
*This document is intended to serve as a guide and should not be construed as legal advice.