Due to new regulations in CA, Edible products will be capped at 100mg
We are sad to announce that after July 1st, 2018 we will no longer be able to carry edible products over 100mg…
According to the new California Cannabis Regulations and Safety Act (SB-94), all edibles products are restricted to a maximum 100mg THC content. Edibles must also be scored clearly into accurately dosed 10mg (or less) servings. Products must also be sealed in child resistant packaging. This is to prevent any possibility of a cannabis “overdose”. These regulations apply to Adult-Use and Medical patients alike.
This means we will be saying goodbye to one our favorite products, the Cocoa Med’s 280 bar. The days are over that you can buy 1,000mg Korova Black bars and. But California edible companies are working hard to comply with these new regulations and modify their products to meet the new 100mg standards.
We have many edible products that have become complaint for purchase such as Valhalla Gummies, Green Hornets, Cheeba Chew Taffy’s, Kiva Chocolates, Plus Gummies, Vive Tabs, Bhang Chocolate, Symmetric’s Soda’s , Venice Cookie Company, and many more! Cocoa med’s will also be adjusting their mg content, but the beloved 280 bar will no longer be carried at Mercy Wellness.
Here at Mercy we strive to bring our medical patients and recreation users the best products available to the market, at the fairest price. We will continue to provide safe access to cannabis products and make sure we have compliant medicine for our customers. Thank you for bearing with us during these changes with the legalization of cannabis in California.
MCRSA EDIBLE REGULATIONS
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE – BPC DIVISION 10. Cannabis [26000 – 26231.2]
( Heading of Division 10 amended by Stats. 2017, Ch. 27, Sec. 3. )
CHAPTER 13. Manufacturers and Cannabis Products [26130 – 26135]
( Heading of Chapter 13 amended by Stats. 2017, Ch. 27, Sec. 76. )
(a) The State Department of Public Health shall promulgate regulations governing the licensing of cannabis manufacturers and standards for the manufacturing, packaging, and labeling of all manufactured cannabis products. Licenses to be issued are as follows:
(c) Edible cannabis products shall be:
(1) Not designed to be appealing to children or easily confused with commercially sold candy or foods that do not contain cannabis.
(2) Produced and sold with a standardized concentration of cannabinoids not to exceed 10 milligrams tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) per serving.
(3) Delineated or scored into standardized serving sizes if the cannabis product contains more than one serving and is an edible cannabis product in solid form.
(4) Homogenized to ensure uniform disbursement of cannabinoids throughout the product.
(5) Manufactured and sold under sanitation standards established by the State Department of Public Health, in consultation with the bureau, that are similar to the standards for preparation, storage, handling, and sale of food products.
(6) Provided to customers with sufficient information to enable the informed consumption of the product, including the potential effects of the cannabis product and directions as to how to consume the cannabis product, as necessary.
(7) Marked with a universal symbol, as determined by the State Department of Public Health through regulation.
(d) Cannabis, including concentrated cannabis, included in a cannabis product manufactured in compliance with law is not considered an adulterant under state law.
(Amended by Stats. 2017, Ch. 253, Sec. 10. (AB 133) Effective September 16, 2017. Note: This section was added on Nov. 8, 2016, by initiative Prop. 64.)
Source: California Legistative Information, Ca.gov https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displayText.xhtml?lawCode=BPC&division=10.&title=&part=&chapter=13.&article=