No doubt the marijuana industry continues to evolve and expand, gaining many achievements as one of the fastest increasing markets in the states where the cultivation, testing, manufacturing, transport, dispensary and use of marijuana for medicinal has been legalized under state law.
As a grower, processor or manufacturer of marijuana goods, you are navigating the legitimization of the cannabis industry in its infancy. As a trailblazer in the field, it is clear that the natural effect of widespread marijuana legalization is regulation, and managing regulatory compliance and navigating constant change in the industry are keys to your success.
Transportation of marijuana involves high risk of trafficking marijuana or its products because of its never ending demand in black market. Those currently involved in the marijuana industry, and those interested in joining it, should take note of the central government’s enforcement priorities in order to help their odds in avoiding prosecution by authorities. Transportation of marijuana should be done in a same way as central government transports money from one place to another because of its risks. Besides government, this business is also controlled by drug cartels so maximum care should be taken. There are various compliances and rules that any entity or person while delivering marijuana or its products must fulfill.
Cannabis or Marijuana compliance is a concern for organizations in the recreational and medical marijuana industries as well as for companies that grow, produce, or sell hemp or CBD products. The regulatory compliance landscape is extensive and requires ongoing analysis and refinement of business practices to ensure commitment with industry developments. With the cannabis industry having so many nuanced laws, judicious cannabis businesses must be proactive in mitigating inherent risks in this developing market.