<div>Does Cannabis Go Bad? - Colorado Approves 'Use-By' Dates on Marijuana Products?</div>

Does Cannabis Go Bad? – Colorado Approves ‘Use-By’ Dates on Marijuana Products?

The state of Colorado following the rule by the MED will also allow all cannabis products in the state to be labelled based on storage conditions and use-by dates. This will take effect in January 2024 and must be fulfilled before any cannabis can be sold to a patient or adult aged 21 and above. The new rules mean that additional responsibilities will be placed on the licensees. They will be required to determine the shelf stability of their products in order to establish correct use-by dates. In a situation where a licensee chooses not to carry out testing, a standard 9-month use-by date will apply.