Oregon’s Special Packaging and Labeling Rules for Small Containers
Many people have been asking about what to do if their container is too small to fit all of the required label information. Think tinctures, single-serving shots, or small edibles. Fortunately, the OLCC and OHA heard these concerns and created special rules for small containers. If your container is too small to include all required label information, you may now use additional packaging for display purposes to include this required information.
Minimum Information on Small Container
The container actually holding the marijuana item must contain:
- Information in a minimum 8-point font, Arial, Helvetica, or Times New Roman;
- A principal display panel containing required information (product identity, universal symbol, net weight) if required for the type of marijuana item;
- Business or trade name and licensee or registrant number;
- For OLCC licensees, package unique identification number;
- For OHA registrants, batch or process lot number;
- Concentration of THC and CBD; and
- Required warnings.
All other required information must be included on:
- a leaflet or hangtag that will accompany the marijuana item; or
- an outer package.
If an outer package is used, all required information must be listed on the outer packaging, even if some of it has been included on the inner container. In other words, outer packaging must have a full label.
Check back next week for more updates, including details on the registration procedure for OHA processors, what to do with unsold dispensary inventory on October 1st, and more!