As legalization expands and cannabis becomes more mainstream, the consumer base is becoming more mature and sophisticated in its quality demands. This can be seen in a greater emphasis on the terpenes or the complete cannabinoid profile of products and a growing appreciation for more responsible cannabis use.But for the cannabis industry, quality control doesn’t just mean ensuring the potency or effectiveness of products. A more holistic approach to quality control in cannabis also emphasizes the safety of the products and the work environment in which they are made.
In our guide, “To Maintain Quality in Cannabis, Compliance is Key,” we take a close look at how the legion of cannabis compliance guidelines that safeguard employee and customer safety are also a crucial components of ensuring quality control for cannabis product manufacturers.
Take a look at some of our insights on the importance of compliance in quality control, including:
The importance of standard operating procedures (SOPs) in quality control
See how these “road maps of cannabis compliance” help companies meet the industry's regulations, provide a safer work environment - and create higher-quality products.
Why You Should Never Overlook the Importance of Packaging and Labeling
See how faulty or inaccurate labeling can pose a safety risk to consumers and jeopardize the future of cannabis companies.
Why Finding a Trustworthy Third-Party Testing Lab is so Crucial
Consider why comprehensive test results are so important for consumers and the industry and what to look for when shopping for a third-party testing lab.
What to Do When Product Recalls and Returns Happen
It can happen to anyone. See why cannabis recalls (including one that totaled more than $200 million!) are a crucial part of quality control and how they help protect the safety of consumers.
Why Security and Employee Safety are Part of Quality Control
Whether for physical security threats or cyber risks, cannabis companies can be an attractive target. We look at how mitigating these threats and employees' safety risks can prevent disruptions in company operations and quality control.
The safety and security concerns facing the cannabis industry are central to why we founded Rootwurks. In “To Maintain Quality in Cannabis, Compliance is Key,” we look at how compliance regulations - and carefully worded SOPs - can help cannabis companies navigate these risks, helping them safeguard their operations and the quality of their products.
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Ben Hartman, Content Manager
Ben Hartman is a cannabis writing and marketing professional with over 15 years of experience in journalism and digital content creation. Ben was formerly the senior writer and research and analysis lead for The Cannigma.
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