San Francisco Issues Regulations for Making Pot Brownies
Thank you, San Francisco, for giving us official rules on how to make pot brownies.
NBC Bay Area reports that the city's Department of Public Health has now issued "Medical Cannabis Dispensary (MCD) Regulations for Preparation of Edible Cannabis Products," which translates into English as "How to Make Pot Brownies." The rules are, for now at least, directed at "legitimate edible cannabis treats at medical marijuana dispensaries," but NBC Bay Area notes that "if California voters pass Proposition 19, the Tax Cannabis Act that
would effectively decriminalize the recreational use of the drug, you
can expect similar regulations to apply to entrepreneurs looking to bake
goods that will get you baked."
So what are the San Fran rules for whipping up pot brownies? They include:
- Your pot brownies cannot require refrigeration;
- No children and pets in the pot brownie preparation area;
- Labeling must include the total weight of cannabis found in the pot brownies; and
- You cannot package your pot brownies to make them look more attractive to children or to imitate candy.
Did you stoner entrepreneurs out there catch all that? No? Maybe re-read it in the morning, then.
Posted by Bruce Carton on July 8, 2010 at 11:59 AM | Permalink
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