California Cannabis Licensing Center

California Cannabis Licensing Center

California Cannabis Licensing Center
BCC, CDPH, CDFA
Housed within the California Department of Consumer Affairs, the Bureau will licenser etailersdistributorsthird-party testing laboratories, and microbusinesses.

Manufactured Cannabis Safety BranchHoused within the California Department of Public Health, MCSB will license manufacturers of cannabis products. This includes nearly all non-flower products (edibles, oils, tinctures, etc.).

CalCannabis Cultivation Licensing – Housed within the California Department of Food & Agriculture, CalCannabis will license cultivators and implement the state’sTrack-and-Trace system.

  • California’s Cannabis Track-and-Trace (CCTT) System – Frequently Asked Questions. As the mandated state-agency system administrator of the CCTT system, the California Department of Food and Agriculture has received many questions about implementation of the system. Click here for answers to many routine CCTT questions.
  • Upcoming Workshops – Introduction to the CCTT System. Get acquainted with the CCTT system in person or via webinar by joining us at one of 14 workshops for an overview of the system that will be used statewide to track and trace the movement of cannabis and cannabis products through the commercial cannabis supply chain—from cultivation to sale. The workshops will be provided by the CCTT-Metrc system integrator, Franwell, Inc. No advance registration is required. Click here for dates, locations, and times for the workshops.
  • Sample Sales Invoice/Shipping Manifest Form. The three licensing authorities have collaborated on developing a fill-and-print PDF sample document that all temporary licensees may use to document transfers of cannabis and cannabis products to other temporary licensees and to annual licensees. While the use of this sample document is optional, a hardcopy sales invoice or shipping manifest is required for all transfers of cannabis and cannabis products between temporary license holders. As required by emergency regulations, a sales invoice or shipping manifest must be prepared prior to transport and must accompany every transport of cannabis goods after January 1, 2018.

 

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