Edible pot regulations a ‘start,’ says industry ahead of consultations
By Neil MossJan. 16, 2019
Proposed regulations published on Dec. 20 include a ban on products needing refrigeration and separating food and pot production.
Cannabis industry stakeholders will voice concerns on new regulations around edibles and extracts during Health Canada's 60-day consultation period. The Hill Times file photograph
As they prepare to sit down with government officials to talk about cannabis edibles, industry stakeholders say the regulations already proposed offer a path forward, but there is still some cause for concern.
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