Legalization of a medical marijuana program in 2004 and adult consumption in 2020 by Montana legislation has opened up a whole new industry and opportunities. However, regulations are still evolving. Applications are to be approved or denied within 30 days of submission and to begin with, only existing medical cannabis facilities will be eligible to apply for a recreational license.
Applying for a dispensary license in Montana
Montana dispensaries must maintain a canopy license, cultivation license and a dispensary license. Medical dispensaries are required to cultivate all of their own cannabis. A separate manufacturing license is necessary for the production of concentrates and other manufactured products. For recreational operations, cannabis retailers are permitted to sell cannabis products cultivated by an outside business, but these products can only account for 50% of total inventory.
Whether applying for a license, obtaining inventory or tracking products from seed to sale, every aspect of operation is strictly monitored and regulated. Compliance is essential. Surveillance cameras, dispensary location, marketing, advertising and product packing need to meet strenuous standards. With aggressive competition for licensing and branding, there’s no room for mistakes. This is where the team from Canna Business Services excels.
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Canna Business Services helps you through the complicated, stringent, time-intensive application process. We make sure you are prepared for every possibility, avoid roadblocks and work to pave the way for a successful and profitable business. Our team brings together expertise and experience across a diversity of backgrounds to support branding, marketing, advertising, compliance, fractional C-suite, packaging/labeling review and more. Our excellence of service provides emerging, struggling and growing companies a network of uncompromising and invaluable support.
Canna Business Services is made up of a team of women who bring expertise from a variety of fields, including lawyers, state grant writers and auditors, former cannabis operators and compliance experts, procurers for the federal nuclear reactor program, educational providers, and nonprofit owners.