Oregon has legalized cannabis for both medical and recreational purposes, allowing adult residents to purchase and possess up to one ounce of cannabis and grow up to four plants for personal use. Psilocybin and ketamine have also been legalized for therapeutic use in the state, but are still controlled and regulated by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC).
The OLCC is responsible for regulating the cannabis industry in Oregon, offering various licenses for businesses to participate in the industry and endorsements for specific activities within the industry. Obtaining a license requires submitting an application and paying a fee to the OLCC. CannDelta is a cannabis consulting firm that can assist with preparing all types of cannabis license applications in Oregon and navigating the complex process of obtaining a license.
CannDelta prepares all types of psilocybin license applications in the state of Oregon.
The holder of an Adult-Use Cannabis Cultivator license is permitted to cultivate, harvest, dry/trim, and cure cannabis. They may hold an Adult-Use Cannabis Processor license and a Cannabis Distributor license.
Similar licenses include the Adult-use Cannabis Micro-business and Nursery license.
A holder of an Adult-Use Cannabis Processor license is permitted to buy, store, and process cannabis (i.e. perform cannabis extraction or the infusion into edible cannabis products). They may also sell cannabis products to licensed distributors. A holder of a cannabis processor license can hold one cultivator, processor and distributor license that allows for the distribution of their own products.
A holder of an Adult-Use Cannabis Retail Dispensary license is permitted to buy cannabis products to licensed Adult-Use Cannabis Distributors and sell to the public in their Adult-Use Cannabis Retail Dispensary store.
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CannDelta will assist you with obtaining permits and providing consulting support for all cannabis license types, including special use permits for cannabis analytical laboratory testing, industrial cannabis (materials and chemicals made from industrial cannabis), trucking, warehouse, and packaging permit.
A holder of an Adult-Use Cannabis Distributor license is permitted to buy, store, and sell cannabis products from Adult-Use Cannabis Processors, Co-operatives, Micro-businesses, or a Registered Organizations with Dispensary (ROD) to a licensed Adult-Use Cannabis Retail Dispensary stores in the State of Oregon.
The Cannabis Laboratory Analytical Testing license is needed for individuals and corporations who wish to possess cannabis and to alter the chemical or physical properties of cannabis for testing purposes. Before applying, it’s important to determine if this license is needed, as the applicant may already be authorized to conduct analytical testing activities under the terms of an existing license (e.g., in-house testing for THC and CBD). Analytical testing may include but is not limited to testing for chemical and microbial contaminants, cannabinoid content, dissolution/disintegration, sterility, stability and pesticides, including assurance that requirements are being met by license holders bound by the cannabis mandatory testing requirements.
CannDelta writes customized SOPs, and will train your team on industry best-practices and regulations. This includes training for Quality Management Systems (QMS), Deviations, Corrective and Preventive Actions (CAPA) reports, regulatory audits, and cannabis security protocols.
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Popular services include: Site Suitability, Regulatory Due Diligence, Leases, Mergers & Acquisitions, Audits, Floor Plan Design and Site Layout, Process Flow, Physical Security, and more. All of these services are standard in our turn-key cannabis application packages for new applicants.
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We specialize in ISO/IEC 9001, ISO/IEC 17025, Good Agricultural and Collection Practices, and Good Manufacturing Practices certification and auditing.
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Population of Oregon:
4.24 million (est. 2022)
Population of Portland:
2.2 million (est. 2022)
USA’s 27th Most Populous
Oregon is a diverse and dynamic state with a strong economy that is supported by a variety of industries. Some of the key economic sectors in the state include:
Agriculture: Oregon is a major producer of various agricultural products, including wheat, hay, nursery and greenhouse products, and Christmas trees. The state is also home to a thriving wine industry, with more than 700 wineries located throughout the region.
Manufacturing: Oregon is home to a diverse manufacturing sector, with companies producing a wide range of products including electronics, apparel, and aerospace components. The state is also home to many high-tech companies, including Intel and HP, which have significant operations in the region.
Technology: Oregon is home to a growing technology sector, with many companies located in the Portland area. The state is home to a number of tech startups and is a hub for software development, cloud computing, and other tech-related industries.
Tourism: Oregon is a popular tourist destination, with many visitors attracted to the state’s natural beauty and outdoor recreation opportunities. The state is home to numerous national parks, forests, and other natural attractions, as well as a thriving craft beer and food scene.
Overall, Oregon has a diverse and growing economy with opportunities in a variety of sectors. The state’s strong business climate, quality of life, and skilled workforce make it an attractive place to live and work.