Connecticut’s cannabis labeling and packaging guidelines come from Sec. 21a-408-56 of its regulations:
- A producer shall individually package, label, and seal marijuana products in unit sizes such that no single unit contains more than a one-month supply of marijuana.
- A producer shall place any product containing marijuana in a child-resistant and light-resistant package.
- A producer shall label each marijuana product prior to sale to a dispensary and shall securely affix to the package a label that states in legible English:
- (1) The name and address of the producer;
- (2) The brand name of the marijuana product that was registered with the department;
- (3) A unique serial number that will match the product with a producer batch and lot number so as to facilitate any warnings or recalls the department or producer deem appropriate;
- (4) The date of final testing and packaging;
- (5) The expiration date;
- (6) The quantity of marijuana contained therein;
- (7) A terpenes profile and a list of all active ingredients, including:
- (A) tetrahydrocannabinol (THC);
- (B) tetrahydrocannabinol acid (THCA);
- (C) cannabidiol (CBD); (D) cannabidiolic acid (CBDA); and
- (E) any other active ingredient that constitute at least 1% of the marijuana batch used in the product.
- (8) A pass or fail rating based on the laboratory’s microbiological, mycotoxins, heavy metals, and chemical residue analysis.
For more information, please refer to the State of Connecticut Regulation of the Department of Consumer Protection Concerning Palliative Use of Marijuana.