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Connecticut Officials Working to Finalize Seed-to-Sale Cannabis Analytic Tracking System for Adult-Use Sales Next Year

The system will capture and maintain records of all legal adult-use cannabis in Connecticut from seed to sale and monitor licensee activity.

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October 8, 2021

The Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) is working with a local vendor to implement a cannabis analytic tracking system for when adult-use sales begin in the state next year.

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The electronic tracking system will capture and maintain records of all legal adult-use cannabis in Connecticut from seed to sale and monitor licensee activity, according to recent regulations released from the DCP.

"The system will create a barcode-like identifier for each cannabis product on the market, and producers, delivery companies, and retailers will have to enter into the system every time the product is transported, and eventually sold, creating a documented chain of custody," the Hartford Business Journal reported.

According to the regulations, all licensed cannabis businesses will have an account within the platform; however, companies can use an alternative tracking platform if it complies with Connecticut's system.