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Is There a Looming Supply Bottleneck
in California?

By Aaron G. Biros, Editor-in-Chief

California’s regulated adult use cannabis market has been up and running for around four months now and rumors of a potential supply bottleneck on the horizon are beginning to circulate. There are a number of factors that could have an impact on the cannabis supply in the market, most of which stem from changes in the distribution channels now that the state is implementing new regulations. Those include a slow rollout in licensing cannabis businesses, new testing requirements, the supply carryover period prior to January 1st as well as new labeling and packaging regulations. In this piece, we are going to examine some of those rumors, see if there might be some truth to them and provide some guidance for what businesses can do to prepare for this.

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In the second part of this series, Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) for the Cannabis Industry: Part 2 explains the foundation of Good Manufacturing Practices and the next step in HACCP development after identification of hazards. In my work with the food industry, I write HACCP and food safety plans and deliver training on food safety. In Part 1 of this series, I wrote about the identification of hazards, which is the first step in HACCP plan development. Before we continue with the next HACCP step, I will discuss Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs). GMPs are the foundation on which HACCP is built.

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This one hour webinar will provide an update on current cannabis regulations, valuable lab insights, and analytical guidelines to ensure both the quality and safety of cannabis products. Reliable analytical procedures are critical for the quantitative analysis of terpenes and residual solvents – two potentially time intensive tests. Using a new method, these tests can be run simultaneously, to give both laboratories and clients actionable data in less time. Lastly, this webinar will cover upcoming regulations on heavy metals, including: go-live date, analysis overview, and troubleshooting tips.

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