Distributors

It is the responsibility of the distributor licensee to ensure that all cannabis and cannabis products are tested by a licensed testing laboratory prior to distribution to a retailer. Distributors must store cannabis and cannabis products during the testing process. Distributors may also package and label cannabis. Distributors may also store cannabis and cannabis products and act as wholesalers. Distributor license holders may also transport cannabis.

Testing Laboratories

Testing laboratories are the facilities where cannabis is tested to ensure that it meets quality and safety regulations. MAUCRSA specifies that, with the exception of live plants and seeds, all cannabis and cannabis products must be tested by a licensed testing laboratory in their final form (i.e., following processing or manufacturing) before being sold to consumers. Testing laboratories will be required to test cannabis and cannabis products for various specific compounds and contaminants, at specified levels and using specific procedures. Testing laboratory licensees may not hold any other type of cannabis business license.

Manufacturing

Bureau to hold a finished cannabis product after sale at a dispensary.
“Manufacturing” or “manufacturing operation” means all aspects of the extraction and/or infusion processes, including processing, preparing, holding, storing, packaging, or labeling of cannabis products. Manufacturing also includes any processing, preparing, holding, or storing of components and ingredients.

Cannbis manufacturers extraction and/or infuse cannabis products, including processing, preparing, holding, storing, packaging, or labeling of cannabis products. Manufacturing also includes any processing, preparing, holding, or storing of components and ingredients. This can be sdone thorugh the use of volitile or non-volitile solvents/compouds.  Solvent that produce a a flammable gas or vapor that, when present in the air in sufficient quantities, will create explosive or ignitable mixtures are considered volatile. Examples of volatile solvents include but are not limited to, butane, hexane, propane, and ethanol.

Manufacturer - Non- Volatile: For extractions using mechanical methods or nonvolatile solvents as defined by the MAURCSA. A licensee may also conduct infusion operations, or packaging and labeling of its own cannabis products on the licensed premises.

Manufacturer - Volatile: For extractions using volatile solvents as defined by MAUCRSA. Licensees may also conduct extractions using nonvolatile solvents or mechanical methods on the licensed premises provided that the extraction process is noted on the application. Licensees may also conduct infusion operations on the licensed premises, provided that the infusion method is noted on the applicationin addition to packaging and labeling of its own cannabis products.

Cultivation

 

“Cultivation” means any activity involving the planting, growing, harvesting, drying, curing, grading, or trimming of
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cannabis.

Commerical Cannabis Cultivation is related to any activity involving the planting, growing, harvesting, drying, curing, grading, or trimming of cannabis. Commerical Indoor Cultivation is permitted in the City of Coalinga in accordence will all Local and State Laws and Regulations.