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Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency Creates Rules for Marijuana-Infused Beverages

The MRA just announced a process for licensed processors to obtain approval for marijuana-infused beverages.  The Technical Bulletin dated January 4, 2021 requires any licensed processor who is interested in creating a marihuana-infused beverage to submit a request to the MRA.  The request includes a number of documents such as confirmation that the processing facility is currently in the process of receiving Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certification and a complete Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) plan. The marijuana-infused beverage must be self stable and will be required to maintain potency over a three month period.  There also must be a research and development plan submitted to prove the shelf stability of the marijuana-infused beverages.

It will be interesting to see how marijuana processors figure out the potency issue known as THC leeching.   THC has been difficult for many processors to properly dose beverages because of the solubility of THC and the ability to absorb into many material such as the lining in aluminum cans.  The products will also be tested for sedimentation to ensure homogeneity.   This is also difficult with THC as it will often separate over time from the beverage.  It is exciting to see that soon Michigan cannabis consumers can enjoy marijuana-infused beverages.   It will be interesting to see which current beverage producers will be moving forward in the new marijuana-infused beverage industry.  It is expected that their experience with beverage manufacturing and GMP plans will give make them valued partners.  If you have any questions about the marijuana-infused beverage approval process call the Michigan Cannabis Lawyers at 517-512-8364.

 

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Hey Everybody its Josh Covert from the Michigan Cannabis Lawyers. I’m in at the office today had a little time to shoot a video so I thought I talked about Michigan Marijuana Microbusiness. I get a lot of questions about micro businesses!

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Changes to Michigan MMFLA License May Affect Recreational Applicants

Michigan MMFLA License Changes

Since recreational marijuana use is legalized, those in the office are attempting to amend the newly passed initiative as well as the existing medical marijuana laws.

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MMFLA Attorneys Say You Can Apply for a Marijuana License with a Felony

Our Michigan cannabis MMFLA Attorneys say you can apply for a marijuana license with a felony.

Did you know: Michigan allows for individuals with marijuana-related felonies the opportunity to apply for licenses to operate a marijuana facility? Our MMFLA Attorneys are here to help you understand.

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What is a Marijuana Microbusiness?

A Michigan Marijuana Microbusiness is a commercial cultivation license in Michigan. This is a type of license used for a small cannabis business. This regulation is utilized where the recreational use of marihuana has been legalized.

Similar to microbreweries for the production and sale of alcohol, marihuana microbusinesses are independently owned businesses that grow, process, and sell their own marihuana.

By applying for a micro license, an individual 21 years of age or older may be allowed to grow, process, and sell marihuana to others 21 or older.

Although limitations exist on production quantity and outlet ability, marihuana microbusinesses are well poised to compete in Michigan’s recreational landscape.

In the state of Michigan, a proposed initiative called the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act (MRTMA) would allow an adult, 21 years of age or older, to apply for a license to operate a Michigan marijuana microbusiness.

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