HACCP, hazard analysis and critical control points

Food Safety Lessons for Cannabis

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HACCP, hazard analysis and critical control points

Find out about next month’s upcoming webinar, Lessons from Food Safety: Applications to the Cannabis Industry.

A HACCP plan has historically been applied by the food manufacturing and food service industries to ensure the sale of  food that is safe for consumption. As the cannabis industry grows in the manufacture of cannabis-infused products, namely edibles, lessons can be learned from the progress and success of programs like Good Manufacturing Practices, HACCP, Juice HACCP and FSMA. One side of the coin is compliance with regulations; the other side of the coin is taking all necessary steps to ensure a safe product for the consumer.

A webinar next month, Lessons from Food Safety: Applications to the Cannabis Industry, organized as a partnership between Cannabis Industry Journal and the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) will cover the above topics, along with the disparities in state-to-state cannabis safety and quality regulations, and implications for infused-product manufacturers. The webinar will be held at 1 pm ET on May 2. To learn more, follow this registration link.

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