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Cannabis products must be properly labeled to ensure consumers are informed about what they are purchasing and to prevent unintended use. These guidelines apply to manufactured cannabis.
Where does the required labeling go?
Most of the required labeling must be placed on the outer layer of packaging. The outer labeling requirements are divided into two categories, based on the part of the package where it belongs.
Primary Panel – the part of the label most likely to be displayed to the consumer at retail; typically the front or top of the package
Informational Panel – any other part of the label that is not the primary panel
If the product has multiple layers of packaging, you must also include basic labeling on the inner container that holds the cannabis product:
Inhaled cannabis products (vape cartridges, shatter, wax, etc.) – must include the universal symbol
Non-inhaled cannabis products (edibles, tinctures, topicals, etc.) – must include the product identity, universal symbol and net weight or volume. Edible products must also include the words “Cannabis-Infused.”
Continue at: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CEH/DFDCS/MCSB/CDPH%20Document%20Library/LabelingChecklist-Products.pdf