Compliant Cannabis Packaging
GramCo's cannabis products are packaged and labeled to meet and exceed the requirements of Florida's Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS). Additionally, the packaging is intentionally designed to appeal to adults 21+.
Compliance of these requirements requires strict adherence to specific standards put in place to provide information for consumers.
Our company does not target or sell our products to children.
*NOTE: This information is based on FDACS website as of 4/3/2023
Labeling requirements for hemp extract products in Florida are as follows:
The product must have a Certificate of Analysis stating:
1. the hemp extract is the product of a batch tested by the independent testing laboratory;
2. the batch contained a total delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration that did not exceed 0.3 percent on a dry-weight basis pursuant to the testing of a random sample of the batch; and
3. the batch does not contain contaminants unsafe for human consumption.
The product packaging must include:
1. a scannable barcode or quick response code linked to the certificate of analysis of the hemp extract by an independent testing laboratory;
2. the batch number;
3. the internet address of a website where batch information may be obtained;
4. the expiration date;
5. the number of milligrams of hemp extract;
6. a statement that the product contains a total delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration that does not exceed 0.3 percent on a dry-weight basis
The image below (from FDACS literature) depicts a sample hemp extract product label meeting the above requirements. See 21 CFR Part 101, s. 581.217, F.S. e. Street sale and unlicensed vendors All retail vendors of hemp products for human consumption must be permitted. No unlicensed or street sale is allowed. The “Cottage Food Laws” do not apply to hemp products and any vendors must have a permit to sell hemp extract or CBD products.
Reference video from Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) also on Youtube.