A go-to guide for labeling and packaging in the three main cannabis states Thanks to the folks at Memjet, we’re able to share this quick guide to cannabis labeling with you. While you should always double check your state’s official regulations via their website, this graphic does a great job of concisely summarizing the requirements and differences between three of... View Article
Categories for Label Regulations
Afinia Label’s Mike Atkins was recently interviewed by Printing News to provide insight into labeling challenges and solutions surrounding Cannabis labeling. Here’s an excerpt from that article:
As of February 14, 2017 the State of Washington is requiring that all marijuana-infused beverages and foods display cannabis labels containing a special icon, stating that they are “Not For Kids” and also contain a poison control phone number. The state’s Liquor and Cannabis Board determined that the new cannabis labels were needed to make sure that marijuana-infused food and... View Article
Beginning August 8, 2016, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will add new eCig Label Regulations and extend their regulatory authority to all tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, dissolvables, and hookah tobacco. This change will make them subject to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
Genetically Modified Organisms (and GMO Labeling) generate plenty of controversy. Whether you are for or against them, if you are a food producer, the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard legislation will probably affect you. Previously, there was no legislation requiring food producers to disclose the inclusion of GMO’s in food products. This changed when Vermont’s Governor signed HJ 144 P. 2250 on... View Article
New Food Labeling Legislation & It’s Potential US Industry Impact In an effort to simplify food labeling and reduce US food waste, Representative Chellie Pingree (D-ME-) introduced the Food Date Labeling Act of 2016 (HR5298) on May 19, 2016. This bill came about because: Date food labeling practices on food labels causes consumer confusion because of “sell-by,”“best-by,”“use-by,” and “best before” dates.... View Article