Weed in Washington: Free Consultations for Packaging Compliance
SEATTLE—May 14, 2014—Kush Bottles, a supplier of certified, child-resistant packaging and Washington State-compliant Philips Rx Pop Top bottles for the marijuana industry, is offering free consultations to dispensary owners to help them through the maze of regulations regarding proper labeling and packaging of marijuana and edibles.
In-person and telephone consultations are available, and the company can work closely with growers, packagers and dispensaries during this implementation phase, to help license holders begin operations in a compliant manner, and avoid potential fines and shutdowns.
Kush Bottles has experts on staff who are up-to-date on the latest industry trends, rules and amendments, as well as the WAC 314-55-105 Packaging Requirements.
Kush Bottles is the premier provider of certified, child-resistant bottles for the cannabis industry. The company's Philips Rx Pop Tops have been engineered to be child-resistant in accordance with the specific requirements of Title 16 CFR 1700 of the Poison Prevention Packaging Act.
Washington's packaging regulations are similar in nature to those of Colorado, where Kush Bottles was first to market and continues to be the market leader. The company's Philips Rx Pop Top bottles will keep growers and dispensaries in compliance with the requirements for the packaging of flower product as well as infused edibles.
These bottles are made in the USA and have been tested and certified by independent third party laboratories to be child-resistant in accordance with stringent standards as set by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and ASTM International.
"As license holders prepare for legalized adult-use sales, Kush Bottles will provide quality customer service and the industry's finest packaging solutions, out of our Auburn, Washington facility," said Ben Wu, CEO of Kush Bottles. "I personally invite all license holders to call me directly for more information, and peace of mind."