Marijuana Infused Product (MIP) Testing and Labeling Requirements
Marijuana Infused Products (MIPs) require two screenings: one for chemical and biological contaminants, and one to establish a cannabinoid profile. R&R’s products will be made only with marijuana products, produced in the Commonwealth, that have passed contaminant testing requirements (including our own cultivated materials).
We will be required to have our products batch tested at an approved testing facility to establish a cannabinoid profile.
We will give a sequential identifier (ID number) to each MIP production batch for product tracking and labeling.
We will keep records that identify the cultivation batch(es) and finished marijuana production batches associated with each MIP. The manufacturing/processing batch number will be included on product labels to aid in product tracking and recalls.
The packaging will bear a label that identifies the list of ingredients, tracking information, and the cannabinoid profile of the marijuana contained within the product. Labels will also warn that the product contains THC, and that the product is not safe for kids.
The following text must also be included:
The impairment effects of edible products may be delayed by two hours or more. This product has not been analyzed or approved by the FDA. There is limited information on the side effects of using this product, and there may be associated health risks. Marijuana use during pregnancy and breast-feeding may pose potential harms. It is against the law to drive or operate machinery when under the influence of this product. KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.