Cannabis Information by State: Oregon
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Like most states, Oregon requires a state license to engage in commercial cannabis activity. Every employee who works for an Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) licensed producer, processor, wholesaler or retailer must obtain a worker permit.
Types of Licenses available:
Regulations and Compliance
The OLCC oversees recreational marijuana while the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) is responsible for medical marijuana. Both require all licensed cannabis businesses to have an active seed-to-sale tracking system to ensure that medical cannabis and cannabis products are safely tracked and monitored prior to sale.
Companies who engage in commercial cannabis activity must use Metrc, the state-designated cannabis tracking system (CTS), to track, record, and report inventory.
Because remaining compliant includes tracking and reporting everything down to the gram, automation is essential for saving time and cutting costs. Implementing an ERP system designed for the regulations and supply chain of the cannabis industry will help your business survive and thrive.
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Packaging and Labeling
All labeling for sale to consumer must:
- Be on both the container holding the product and on the outer packaging
- Be in English and in an unobstructed, legible font
- Not be false or misleading, including health claims that lack substantial evidence
- Not include designs or illustrations that are attractive to minors
- Include the product identity, including indicating whether it is derived from marijuana or hemp, and indicate if it is an extract or concentrate
- Include the potency of CBD or THC, nutrition information, serving size, and ingredients (if applicable)
- Have a principal display panel on the container holding the product and on the outer packaging that contains the product identity, quantity of contents, and universal, hemp, and/or medical grade symbol
Business and Advertising
Similar to other items regulated by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission, there are advertising restrictions that proprietors must follow. For instance, all marketing and advertising cannot:
*Disclaimer: Cannabis laws vary by state and are subject to frequent changes. This article is intended to provide general information and is not a substitute for legal counsel or binding business advice. Please consider consulting a Oregon lawyer for more information.
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