SF Has Rules for Medicinal Marijuana Treats

Thursday, 08 Jul 2010 08:44 AM

 

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The San Francisco Department of Public Health has rules for legitimate edible cannabis-laced brownies or candies at medical marijuana dispensaries, reports nbcbayarea.com.

• Making anything look like candy which might attract children -- such as candy bars wrapped in packaging similar to popular brands -- is  prohibited.

• The packaging must state state the amount of marijuana in the food, as well as whether it contains any potential allergens such as peanuts.

• If a licensed dispensary wants to sell their special goodies at more than one location, they need to have a food handler's permit.

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