The “Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act” sets forth electronic shipping manifest requirements under the Unique Identifiers and Track and Trace Program.

The Bureau of Cannabis Control a state agency within Department of Consumer Affairs, in consultation with the State Board of Equalization, willl create an electronic database for an electronic shipping manifest to facilitate the administration of the track and trace program.  The database will be designed to flag irregularities for all licensing authorities to investigate.  The contents of the electronic shipping manifest will include, but not be limited to, the following information:

(A) The variety and quantity or weight of products shipped.

(B) The estimated times of departure and arrival.

(C) The variety and quantity or weight of products received.

(D) The actual time of departure and arrival.

(E) A categorization of the product.

(F) The license number and the unique identifier issued by the licensing authority for all licensees involved in the shipping process, including, but not limited to, cultivators, manufacturers, distributors, and dispensaries.


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