Or. Admin. R. 333-008-1790 - Medical Marijuana Processors: Cannabinoid Edible Processor Requirements

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

(1) A processing site endorsed to make cannabinoid edibles may only process in a food establishment licensed by the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) and must comply with the applicable provisions of OAR chapter 603, division 21, division 24, division 25, with the exception of OAR 603-025-0020(17), and division 28.
(2) A processing site endorsed to make cannabinoid edibles may not:
(a) Engage in processing in a location that is operating as a restaurant, seasonal temporary restaurant, intermittent temporary restaurant, limited service restaurant or single-event temporary restaurant licensed under ORS chapter 624;
(b) Share a food establishment with a person not registered with the Authority as a cannabinoid edible processor;
(c) Process cannabinoid edibles and food in the same food establishment; or
(d) Use a cannabinoid concentrate or extract in a cannabinoid edible unless that concentrate or extract was processed in a food establishment licensed by ODA under OAR chapter 603, division 21, division 24, division 25, with the exception of OAR 603-025-0020(17), and division 28.
(3) A processing site endorsed to make cannabinoid edibles may share a food establishment with another Authority registered cannabinoid edible processor if:
(a) The schedule, with specific hours and days that each processor will use the food establishment, is prominently posted at the entrance to the food service establishment.
(b) Each registrant designates a separate area to secure, in accordance with OAR 333-008-2080 any marijuana, medical cannabinoid products, concentrates or extracts that a registrant stores at the food establishment. If a cannabinoid edible processor does not store marijuana, medical cannabinoid products, concentrates or extracts at the food establishment those items must be stored on a registered processing site under the processor's control.
(4) A food establishment used by a processing site endorsed to make cannabinoid edibles is considered a registered processing site and must meet the security and other premises requirements in these rules.
(5) A processing site endorsed to make cannabinoid edibles is strictly liable for any violation found at a shared food establishment during that processor's scheduled time, as reflected on the posted schedule or within that processor's designated area in the food establishment.
(6) If the Authority cannot determine by viewing the schedule or video surveillance footage who was responsible for the violation, each processor at the shared food establishment is individually and jointly liable for any documented violations.
(7) A processing site must make cannabinoid edibles in a manner that results in the THC being distributed consistently throughout the edible.

Notes

Or. Admin. R. 333-008-1790
PH 9-2016, f. 2-26-16, cert. ef. 3/1/2016; PH 21-2016, f. 6-24-16, cert. ef. 6/28/2016; PH 179-2018, minor correction filed 04/30/2018, effective 4/30/2018; PH 224-2018, minor correction filed 05/17/2018, effective 5/17/2018; PH 79-2021, amend filed 11/15/2021, effective 1/1/2022

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

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

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