State implements new rules to make marijuana less appealing to children

Effective Oct. 1, Colorado will prohibit marijuana edibles in the shape of a human, animal or fruit, and will establish new potency labeling requirements.

Effective Oct. 1, Colorado will prohibit marijuana edibles in the shape of a human, animal or fruit, and will establish new potency labeling requirements.

“These regulations reflect extensive stakeholder input focused on public safety and legislative intent. Marijuana products in shape and branding should not be enticing to children and we want consumers to be educated about the potency of the products they are buying, these rules ensure that to be the case,” said Mike Hartman, executive director for the Colorado Department of Revenue. “This is an important step in maximizing the state’s public health and safety by keeping marijuana out of the hands of minors and raising consumer awareness.”

Edibles in the shape of human, animal or fruit:

Beginning Oct. 1, edible marijuana-infused products in

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