Posts Tagged: cannabis retailer licence

How to Improve Your Inventory Management After Cannabis Retail Training

Just as grocery stores, retailers, and all kinds of other businesses must take regular stock of their inventory, cannabis dispensary operators must also keep careful track of what exactly remains in store, and how much more product will be needed to meet customer demand. The cannabis industry takes the practice a complicated step further, however, with a priority placed on compliance with strict regulatory oversight in order to avoid fines, license suspensions or revocations, and other possible legal repercussions. To understand more on what a dispensary can do to improve the tracking and management of its inventory, let’s explore the.. READ MORE »

How Chocolate Fits Into Cannabis Industry Careers

Following the legalization of cannabis in Canada, many new career paths have opened up. With the right training, you can find a place in the cannabis industry as a quality assurance technician, a cultivation supervisor, or retail store manager, among many other options. There is also the world of edibles, including chocolate products. In Canada, edibles have been legal for sale since late 2019, and one of the first cannabis-infused chocolates made by a London producer has been approved. What does this mean for individuals entering the industry? Keep reading to learn more about the next steps in edible processing… READ MORE »

Getting a Cannabis Retailer Licence? Here’s What to Know About Decarboxylation

While edibles are not currently sold in retail locations, they will be legally sold in Canada starting mid-December, 2019. Decarboxylation is the first step in making an edible item that uses cannabis. It is done by heating the product over a long period of time at a low temperature. Read on for more about decarboxylation! Decarboxylation Chemistry Explained for Students Who Want to Start a Cannabis Retail Business Decarboxylation converts THCA, which is not intoxicating, into THC, which is intoxicating. The chemical reaction changes it into an ingredient that has potency when added to food. Decarboxylation creates a chemical reaction.. READ MORE »