The new rule was initially meant to take effect on April 1, but delays were made amid the coronavirus pandemic.
With a steady increase of research into cannabinoids, and with changes to legalization and regulation, the future of the cannabis beverage industry will have to overcome considerable challenges to keep up with new consumer demands.
The new study could help determine how brain network patterns may change once consumers reduce their cannabis intake.
The cannabis and hemp testing company Kaycha Labs has become the first business in Florida to be awarded the state Department of Health’s certified marijuana testing laboratory status.
Taking control from July 1, the CCB will regulate the licensing and operations of the state’s cannabis companies.
New sample collectors will be allowed to collect samples of cannabis and cannabis products for testing on behalf of the state’s cannabis testing facilities.
How can cannabis labs leverage powerful analytical technologies to ensure novel products like cannabis-based beverages meet consumer safety and quality demands?