A licensed product packager shall be responsible for ensuring that cannabis products are labeled and packaged in compliance with all state laws, regulations and policies.


From the law:


Sec. 46. (NEW) (Effective July 1, 2021) (a) On and after July 1, 2021, the department may issue or renew a license for a person to be a product packager. No person may act as a product packager or represent that such person is a product packager unless such person has obtained a license from the department pursuant to this section.


(b) A product packager may obtain cannabis from a producer, cultivator, micro-cultivator, food and beverage manufacturer or a product manufacturer. The product packager may sell, transfer or transport cannabis to any cannabis establishment, laboratory or research program, provided the product packager only transports cannabis packaged at its licensed establishment and utilizing its own employees or a transporter.


(c) A product packager shall be responsible for ensuring that cannabis products are labeled and packaged in compliance with the provisions of RERACA and the policies and procedures issued by the commissioner to implement, and any regulations adopted pursuant to, RERACA.


(d) A product packager shall ensure all equipment utilized for processing and packaging cannabis is sanitary and inspected regularly to deter the adulteration of cannabis.