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SB-794 Edible marijuana products: labeling and packaging.(2017-2018)


 Section 26130 of the Business and Professions Code is amended to read:

 (a) Marijuana products shall be:
(1) Not designed to be appealing to children or easily confused with commercially sold candy or foods that do not contain marijuana.
(2) Produced and sold with a standardized dosage of cannabinoids not to exceed ten (10) milligrams tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) per serving.
(3) Delineated or scored into standardized serving sizes if the marijuana product contains more than one serving and is an edible marijuana product in solid form.
(4) (A) Stamped, marked, or otherwise imprinted on each single serving with a universal symbol, which shall be designed by the bureau. The symbol shall be placed directly on at least one side of each edible marijuana product serving so as to be distinguishable and easily recognizable.
(B) The universal symbol shall be centered either horizontally or vertically on the single serving. If centered horizontally, the height and width of the symbol shall be at least 25 percent of the serving’s width, but not less than one-quarter inch square. If centered vertically, the height and width of the symbol shall be at least 25 percent of the serving’s height, but not less than one-quarter inch square.
(4) (5)  Homogenized to ensure uniform disbursement of cannabinoids throughout the product.
(5) (6)  Manufactured and sold under sanitation standards established by the State Department of Public Health, in consultation with the bureau, for preparation, storage, handling handling,  and sale of food products.
(7) Sold in packaging that is tamperproof, child resistant, and, if the product contains more than one serving, resealable.
(6) (8)  Provided to customers with sufficient information to enable the informed consumption of such product, including the potential effects of the marijuana product and directions as to how to consume the marijuana product, as necessary.
(b) Marijuana, including concentrated cannabis, included in a marijuana product manufactured in compliance with law is not considered an adulterant under state law.
SEC. 2.
 The Legislature finds and declares that this act is consistent with, and furthers the purposes of, the Control, Regulate and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act.