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Colorado’s Retail Marijuana Code requires that all marijuana, marijuana products, and marijuana concentrates sold to consumers must meet labeling and packaging guidelines defined in the R 1000 Series. Before leaving the store, all marijuana and marijuana products must be placed in a package which:
Labeling for all marijuana, marijuana products, and marijuana concentrates must meet the following requirements:
Additional requirements for marijuana, marijuana products, and marijuana concentrates can be found below.
Packaging for marijuana flower have the following labeling requirements:
All marijuana edibles and consumables must contain the following labeling:
Edibles must meet these further requirements:
All marijuana concentrates including hash, oil, and tinctures, must be labeled with: