Oregon Marijuana Packaging and Label Requirements
Oregon’s cannabis labeling and packaging guidelines fall under 333-008-1225 Packaging and include the following:
- (1) For purposes of this rule:
- (a) “Child-resistant safety packaging” means:
- (A) Containers designed and constructed to be significantly difficult for children under five years of age to open and not difficult for adults to use properly;
- (B) Opaque so that the product cannot be seen from outside the packaging;
- (C) Closable for any product intended for more than a single use or containing multiple servings; and
- (D) Labeled in accordance with OAR 333-008-1220.
- (b) “Container” means a sealed, hard, or soft-bodied receptacle in which a tetrahydrocannabinol infused product is placed prior to being transferred to a patient or caregiver.
- c) “Packaged in a manner not attractive to minors” means the tetrahydrocannabinol-infused product is not in a container that is brightly colored, depicts cartoons or images other than the logo of the facility, unless the logo of the facility depicts cartoons, in which case only the name of the facility is permitted.
- (2) A registered facility may not transfer any tetrahydrocannabinol-infused product that is meant to be swallowed or inhaled, unless the product is:
- (a) In child-resistant safety packaging; and
- (b) Packaged in a manner that is not attractive to minors.
For more information, please refer to the Final Rules for the Medical Marijuana Dispensary Program.
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