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Oregon Cannabis Regulators Approve Random Product Testing

Oregon Cannabis Regulators Approve Random Product Testing

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission announced last Friday that it will begin random testing of the state’s cannabis products for undisclosed ingredients and additives. The agency said the change stems from last year’s vaping crisis.

“During the vaping crisis OLCC took the position that specific additives suspected of being contained in nicotine and cannabis vaping products were adulterants and based on existing OLCC rules should not to be contained in marijuana products. But the OLCC lacked specific authority to require random sampling and testing to detect adulterants and other contaminants in the marijuana products of licensees.” – OLCC in a April 17, 2020 press release

Oregon Cannabis Regulators Approve Random Product Testing

Oregon Cannabis Regulators Approve Random Product Testing






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