MISSOURI SEED TO SALE TRACEABILITY
KNOWLEDGE CENTER

Created to provide helpful information about the Missouri Cannabis Industry.

CANNABIS LICENSE INFO

As of November 7, 2018 Amendment 2 has passed in Missouri, legalizing growing, manufacturing, selling and consuming marijuana and marijuana products for medicinal use at the state level. Check back for more updates as the state rolls out their program!

Please note; while we aim to keep these pages fully up to date with the latest information, cannabis laws are always changing.  We encourage you to verify these rules and regulations in the official legal text, which can be found here.

Caregivers grow and process cannabis on behalf of patients. They cannot charge for cannabis, only recoup the costs of goods.

Current Estimated Patient Counts: TBD

How can I obtain a Missouri Medical Marijuana Card?

Amendment 2, Missouri’s Medical Marijuana Program, will go into effect 30 days from the date of election – December 6. Patients will likely be able to obtain their medical marijuana certifications after the bill goes into full effect.

License Applications for Caregivers and Patients

Prospective patients and primary caregivers will need to apply for state identification for medical marijuana. Amendment 2 taxes marijuana sales to patients at 4 percent.
The amendment gives the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services a 180-day deadline, falling approximately on June 6, to make applications available to the public.

  • Patients will be allowed to grow up to six cannabis plants
  • Caretakers will be allowed to grow up to 18 plants

Cultivators (also commonly referred to as Producers or Growers) – Cultivators are responsible for growing cannabis. Mature plants are harvested and transferred to a Manufacturer’s. Limited Cultivation Licenses are limited to 500 sq ft.

Missouri Cultivation Licenses

Information coming soon.

What kind of tracking system do I need to operate a Cultivation Facility?

Most states require an extensive seed-to-sale cannabis tracking system to monitor cultivation efforts and inventory.  Our cultivation seed-to-sale-tracking solution provides comprehensive data tracking with an emphasis on compliance.  Customized to meet the unique regulatory frameworks in each state, BioTrackTHC also features an all-in-one business tool to help you operate every aspect of the cultivation business by itself, or as part of the vertically-integrated cannabis business.

Product Manufactures take harvested cannabis from Cultivators and create derivative extracts for edibles, concentrates, topicals, and prepacks. Finished products are transported to Retail Marijuana Stores.

Missouri Cannabis Processor Licenses

Information coming soon.

What kind of tracking system do I need to operate a Processing or Manufacturing Facility?

Most states require an extensive seed-to-sale cannabis tracking system to monitor processing and manufacturing efforts, which is especially important in this part of the supply chain due to conversions into multiple byproducts and higher amounts of waste.  Our processing seed-to-sale-tracking solution provides comprehensive conversion tracking focused on compliant data points.  Customized to meet the unique regulatory frameworks in each state, BioTrackTHC also features an all-in-one business tool to help you operate every aspect of the cultivation business by itself, or as part of the vertically-integrated cannabis business.

Laboratories test cannabis for concentration and contaminants. Prior to entering the consumer market, all regulated cannabis is required to undergo quality assurance testing.

Information on Missouri Testing Laboratories coming soon…

Retail Marijuana stores sell legal cannabis, and cannabis products, to responsible adults 21 and over in compliance with local regulations.

Missouri Dispensary Licenses

Information coming soon.

What kind of point-of-sale do I need to operate a Dispensary?

Most states require dispensaries to track and trace all of their cannabis-related products for regulatory and compliance reporting requirements. Our Dispensary Point of Sale and inventory management system provides comprehensive seed-to-sale cannabis tracking with a focus on compliant data points.  If your state requires seed-to-sale systems to stay compliant, BioTrackTHC has you covered.  Our system is customized to meet the unique regulatory frameworks in each and every state.

Missouri Seed-to-Sale Traceability Info

Here is an overview of the rules and regulations that can be addressed using seed to sale cannabis tracking software. For the full set of rules and regulations, please click here.

  • (4) Facility Operation, Policies, and Procedures
    • (G) All cultivation, infused products manufacturing, dispensary, testing, and transportation facilities shall use a department-certified seed-to-sale tracking system to track medical marijuana from seed or immature plant stage until the medical marijuana is purchased by a qualifying patient or primary caregiver or destroyed.
      • 1. Each facility shall designate in writing a facility agent who is generally responsible for the inventory control system for that facility.
      • 2. Each facility shall document each day’s beginning inventory, harvests, acquisitions, sales, disbursements, disposals, and ending inventory, which must indicate, at least:
        • A. For every quantity of medical marijuana in the form of plants, flowers, trim, or seeds–
          • (I) Number of plants, including cuttings;
          • (II) Weight of flowers, measured in grams;
          • (III) Weight of trim, measured in grams; and
          • (IV) Weight of seeds, measured in grams.
        • B. For each batch of medical marijuana cultivated or processed;
          • (I) The batch number, harvest lot number, and process lot number, as applicable;
          • (II) Whether the batch originated from medical marijuana seeds or cuttings;
          • (III) The strain of the medical marijuana seeds or cuttings planted;
          • (IV) The number of medical marijuana seeds or cuttings planted;
          • (V) The date on which the medical marijuana seeds or cuttings were planted;
          • (VI) A list of all chemical additives used in cultivation, including, without limitation, pesticides, fertilizers, and other agricultural chemicals;
          • (VII) The number of medical marijuana plants grown to maturity;
          • (VIII) Harvest information, including—
            • (a) The date of harvest;
            • (b) The final yield weight of medical marijuana, in grams; and
            • (c) The name and identifying number of the facility agent who was responsible for that harvest;
          • (VIX) The disposal of medical marijuana that is not usable medical marijuana, including:
            • (a) A description of and reason for the medical marijuana being disposed, including the weight in grams or ounces of the disposed medical marijuana and, if applicable, the number of failed or otherwise unusable medical marijuana plants;
            • (b) The date of disposal;
            • (c) The harvest lot number and/or process lot number of the disposed marijuana;
            • (d) Confirmation that the marijuana was rendered unusable before disposal, including the time and location of rendering that marijuana unusable;
            • (e) The method of rendering the marijuana unusable and method of disposal; and
            • (f) The name and identifying numbers of at least two (2) facility agents present at the time of disposal.
        • C. When acquiring medical marijuana from or selling it to another facility:
          • (I) The amount, strain, batch number, harvest lot number, and process lot number of the marijuana, as applicable;
          • (II) The weight of the medical marijuana, which shall be recorded—
            • (a) For dried, unprocessed medical marijuana, in ounces or grams;
            • (b) For concentrates, in grams;
            • (c) For infused products, by milligrams of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC);
          • (III) The name of the facility selling the medical marijuana;
          • (IV) The name of the facility acquiring the medical marijuana;
          • (V) The names and identifying numbers of the facility agents who were responsible for the sale and acquisition of the medical marijuana; and
          • (VI) The date of the sale/acquisition.
        • D. When selling medical marijuana to a patient or primary caregiver:
          • (I) The amount, strain, batch number, harvest lot number, and process lot number of the medical marijuana, as applicable;
          • (II) The weight of the medical marijuana, which shall be recorded—
            • (a) For dried, unprocessed medical marijuana, in ounces or grams;
            • (b) For concentrates, in grams;
            • (c) For infused products, by milligrams of THC;
          • (III) The name of the facility selling the medical marijuana;
          • (IV) The name of the patient or primary caregiver acquiring the medical marijuana;
          • (V) The name and identifying numbers of the facility agents who were responsible for the sale of the medical marijuana;
          • (VI) The date of the sale.
        • E. When transporting medical marijuana between facilities or from a facility to a patient or caregiver:
          • (I) The amount, strain, batch number, harvest lot number, and process lot number of the marijuana, as applicable;
          • (II) The weight of the medical marijuana, which shall be recorded—
            • (a) For dried, unprocessed medical marijuana, in ounces or grams;
            • (b) For concentrates, in grams;
            • (c) For infused products, by milligrams of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC);
            • (III) The name of the facility from which medical marijuana departs;
            • (IV) The date on which the medical marijuana departed;
            • (V) The name of the facility to which the medical marijuana is delivered, if applicable;
            • (VI) The name of the patient or primary caregiver acquiring the medical marijuana, if applicable;
            • (VII) The date on which the medical marijuana was delivered to a facility, patient, or primary caregiver; and
            • (VIII) The names and identifying numbers of the facility agents who are responsible for the transportation of the medical marijuana.
      • 3. Each infused product manufacturing facility shall:
        • A. Establish and maintain a perpetual inventory system that documents the flow of materials through the manufacturing process;
        • B. Establish procedures to reconcile the raw material used to the finished product on the basis of each process lot. Significant variances must be documented, investigated by management personnel, and reported to the department and to the facility that ordered the infused product within twenty-four (24) hours of discovering the variances; and
        • C. Provide for quarterly physical inventory counts to be performed by facility employees who do not participate in the manufacturing process, which shall be reconciled to the perpetual inventory records. Significant variances must be documented, investigated by management personnel, and reported to the department within twenty-four (24) hours of discovering the variances.
      • 4. Each dispensary facility shall be responsible for ensuring that every amount of medical marijuana sold or disbursed to a qualifying patient or primary caregiver is recorded in the seedto-sale tracking system as a purchase by or on behalf of the applicable qualifying patient. Amounts of medical marijuana shall be recorded—
        • A. For dried, unprocessed marijuana, in ounces or grams;
        • B. For concentrates, in grams;
        • C. For infused products, by milligrams of THC.
      • 5. If a facility identifies a reduction in the amount of medical marijuana in the inventory of the facility, the facility must document where in the facility’s processes the loss has occurred, if possible, and take and document corrective action. If the reduction in the amount of medical marijuana in the inventory of the facility is due to suspected criminal activity by a facility agent, the facility shall report the facility agent to the department and to the appropriate law enforcement agencies within twenty-four (24) hours of discovering the suspected criminal activity.
      • 6. A medical marijuana facility shall maintain all records required by this subsection for at least five (5) years.
  • (H) All cultivation, infused products manufacturing, and dispensary facilities shall ensure the security of medical marijuana and facility employees by taking at least the following measures.
  • (J) All cultivation, infused products manufacturing, and dispensary facilities shall ensure that all medical marijuana is packaged and labeled in a manner consistent with the following
    • 1. Facilities shall not manufacture, package, or label marijuana–
      • A. In a false or misleading manner;
      • B. In any manner designed to cause confusion between a marijuana product and any product not containing marijuana; or
      • C. In any manner designed to appeal to a minor.
    • 2. Marijuana and marijuana-infused products shall be sold in containers clearly and conspicuously labeled, in a font size at least as large as the largest other font size used on the package, with:
      • A. “Marijuana” or a “Marijuana-infused Product;” and
      • B. “Warning: Cognitive and physical impairment may result from the use of Marijuana.”
    • 3. Any marijuana or marijuana-infused products packaged for retail sale before delivery to a dispensary must be packaged in opaque, re-sealable packaging designed or constructed to be significantly difficult for children under five (5) years of age to open but not normally difficult for adults to use properly. Any marijuana or marijuana-infused products not packaged for retail sale before delivery to a dispensary must be packaged by the dispensary upon sale to a qualifying patient or primary caregiver in opaque, re-sealable packaging designed or constructed to be significantly difficult for children under five (5) years of age to open but not normally difficult for adults to use properly. All edible marijuana-infused products must be packaged for retail by the infused-products manufacturer before sale to a dispensary.
    • 4. Marijuana and marijuana-infused products shall bear a label displaying the following information, in the following order:
      • A. The total weight of the marijuana included in the package;
        • (I) For dried, unprocessed marijuana, weight shall be listed in ounces or grams;
        • (II) For concentrates, weight shall be listed in grams;
        • (III) For infused products, weight shall be listed by milligrams of THC;
      • B. Dosage amounts, instructions for use, and estimated length of time the dosage will have an effect;
      • C. The THC, tetrahydrocannabinol acid, cannabidiol, cannabidiol acid, and cannabinol concentration per dosage;
      • D. All active and inactive ingredients, which shall not include groupings of ingredients that obscure the actual ingredients, such as “proprietary blend” or “spices;”
      • E. The name of the strain or strains of marijuana in the package, the name and address of the cultivating facility from which the marijuana in the package originated, and the name and address of the infused-product manufacturer, if applicable; and
      • F. A “best if used by” date.
    • 5. No branding, artwork, or other information or design elements included on marijuana or marijuana-infused products shall be placed in such a way as to obscure any of the information required by this section.
    • 6. Marijuana and marijuana-infused product packaging shall not include claims of health benefits but may include health warnings.
  • (K) Cultivation, manufacturing, dispensary, and testing facilities that transport medical marijuana must also comply with 19 CSR 30-95.100(D) in doing so.

For the latest cannabis-related legislative updates on Missouri, check out our Cannabis Bill Tracker!

Please note that this page is meant to serve as a resource and not an official set of requirements. For the official rules and regulations, please click here.

COMPLIANCE KEY FEATURES

Compliance is in our minds through all facets of our Seed-to-Sale Cannabis Tracking

  • Custom Compliance-Focused Reporting
  • Track Waste, Destruction and Account for Conversion and Moisture Losses
  • Transport Manifests With All Necessary Information
  • Real-Time Patient and Customer Limit Tracking
  • Real-Time Product Recalls
  • Compliant Labels Customized with Your Business Logo, Name, and Much More

Utilizing a locally hosted server, as opposed to a cloud server, increases security and reliability. Retain 100% database ownership knowing no one, not even BioTrackTHC employees, can access sensitive client or operational data.

Adherence to state and local cannabis regulations in all active markets. Print compliant labels, enforce sales limits, and verify recommendations quickly and accurately. Regular system updates ensure compliance if regulations change.

Take advantage of over 100 advanced reports to make profit-minded decisions based on predictive yields, sales trends, average wait time and more. Need to upload financial reports to an accounting system? Easily export reports, save in the desired format, and upload.

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