Regulators still have more work to do however
California says its system for tracking cannabis products from seed-to-sale will soon cover the entire industry — but regulators still have more work to do.
In May, less than 10 percent of licensed cannabis businesses were enrolled in the system known as track-and-trace. Speaking at a press conference Monday, Nick Maduros with the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration said the state has since made significant progress.
“As of about a week ago, well over half the market is in track-and-trace,” he said. “By the end of next month, we should have just about everybody into track-and-trace.”
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