In order to meet diverse product needs related to protection, shelf life, overall quality, branding, safety, and local regulatory requirements, customers often leave cannabis dispensaries with products featuring multiple levels of redundant packaging. The industry is in need of a more-streamlined approach.
Cannabis consumers need to know that they will consistently get the same benefits from the cannabis-infused foods and beverages that they purchase, and that the products reliably match stated dosing claimed on packaging.
Ever since the advent of legal cannabis product commercialization, companies developing and producing these infused foods and beverages have sought viable equipment to help them create consistent, high-quality products for recreational and medical cannabis consumers.
ON DEMAND: The passing of the 2018 Farm Bill has fueled competitive innovation of cannabis products derived from hemp amongst food and beverage manufacturers. Hear about FDA’s policy interests in this issue, an overview of FDA’s role in regulating these products, FDA’s activities in this area, and the challenges around these products.
ON DEMAND: Vacuum plays a key role in the production of cannabinoids, from oil concentration to purification. With this exploding industry, it is important to understand the proper vacuum practices to optimize your vacuum equipment’s performance.
CPX20: Cannabis Products Exchange is a unique new event spotlighting the latest in the development and production of legal cannabis edibles and beverages. This interactive two-day conference is designed to inform and inspire the ideation, innovation, research and development, manufacturing, packaging, distribution, and consumer safety of legal cannabis edibles and beverages.
Food Engineering's Food Automation & Manufacturing Conference and Expo (FA&M) is a 2 ½ day event that brings food and beverage processors and suppliers together to gain valuable information on the latest trends and technologies in manufacturing, automation, sustainability and food safety.
In the May 2020 issue of Food Engineering, our focus is on safety. From emergency planning to day-to-day operations such as cleaning and sanitation, we bring you tips on how to keep your workers and your customers safe.