The California Department of Food and Agriculture has regulatory information for the certification of cannabis that is comparable to the National Organic Program. The OCal Program is a statewide certification program that will establish and enforce comparable-to-organic standards for cannabis production. Last week CDFA released the modified proposed regulations for the program.
The announcement of the modified regulations marks the official start of a third public comment period. Anyone interested in submitting comments on the proposed cannabis regulations is encouraged to submit feedback by 11:59 pm on Tuesday, November 24. The OCal Program ensures cannabis products with the OCal seal are certified to be in compliance of the consistent, uniform standards comparable to the National Organic Program.
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