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42.39.318    LABELING REQUIREMENTS FOR MARIJUANA CONCENTRATES AND EXTRACTS

(1) In addition to the general labeling requirements set forth in ARM 42.39.314, each package of marijuana concentrate sold to a customer shall be labeled with the following information: 

(a) an ingredients list that shall include all ingredients in the marijuana concentrate listed by common or usual name in descending order of predominance by weight and the word "marijuana" followed by the part of the plant (e.g., flower, trim) from which the marijuana concentrate is derived. Any substance that is present in a marijuana concentrate in an insignificant amount and that does not have any technical or functional effect in the finished product may be excluded from the ingredients list;

(b) an allergen statement that shall declare the presence of major food allergens in plain language unless the marijuana concentrate is not intended to be cooked with, eaten, or otherwise swallowed and digested; 

(c) a marijuana facts panel containing the following information:

(i) for marijuana concentrates that require the application of heat before they are administered or consumed:

(A) the percentage concentration of:

(I) total potential psychoactive THC;

(II) THC;

(III) THCa;

(IV) CBD; and

(V) CBDa;

(B)  the number of servings or doses per package;

(ii) for marijuana concentrates that do not require the application of heat before they are administered or consumed:

(A) the percentage concentration of: 

(I) THC;

(II) THCa;

(III) CBD; and

(IV) CBDa;

(B) the number of servings or doses per package;

(d) in addition to the required warnings in ARM 42.39.314, each package of activated concentrate that is intended to be cooked with, eaten, or otherwise swallowed and digested shall be labeled with the following: "The intoxicating effects of this product may be delayed by two or more hours."

(2) A marijuana facts panel for marijuana concentrates that do not require the application of heat to be administered or consumed may not contain information on the total potential psychoactive THC, total THC, or otherwise mislead customers into believing the product has higher THC levels than it does.

(3) A marijuana facts panel may include information about each additional marketed cannabinoid and terpene, expressed in percentage of concentration by weight or by volume or in milligrams.

 

History: 16-12-112, MCA; IMP, 16-12-101, 16-12-112, 16-12-208, MCA; NEW, 2022 MAR p. 81, Eff. 1/1/22.

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