Or. Admin. R. 333-008-1700 - Medical Marijuana Processors: Processing Site Endorsements

Current through Register Vol. 61, No. 4, April 1, 2022

(1) A marijuana processor may only process and transfer medical cannabinoid products, concentrates or extracts if the processor has received an endorsement from the Authority for that type of processing activity. Endorsements types are:
(a) Cannabinoid edible processor;
(b) Cannabinoid topical processor;
(c) Cannabinoid concentrate processor;
(d) Cannabinoid extract processor; and
(e) Cannabinoid tincture, capsule, suppository, or transdermal patch processor.
(2) An applicant must request an endorsement upon submission of an initial application but may also request an endorsement at any time following registration.
(3) In order to apply for an endorsement an applicant or processing site registrant must submit a form prescribed by the Authority that includes a description of the type of products to be processed, a description of equipment to be used, and any solvents, gases, chemicals or other compounds proposed to be used to create extracts or concentrates.
(4) Only one application and registration fee is required regardless of how many endorsements an applicant or registrant requests or at what time the request is made.
(5) A processing site registrant may hold multiple endorsements.
(6) For the purposes of endorsements any cannabinoid product that is intended to be consumed orally is considered a cannabinoid edible.
(7) If a processor is no longer going to process the product for which the processor is endorsed the processor must notify the Authority in writing and provide the date on which the processing of that product will cease.


Or. Admin. R. 333-008-1700
PH 9-2016, f. 2-26-16, cert. ef. 3/1/2016; PH 170-2018, minor correction filed 04/30/2018, effective 4/30/2018; PH 219-2018, minor correction filed 05/17/2018, effective 5/17/2018

Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 475B.840 & 475B.849

Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 475B.840 & 475B.849

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