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CannDelta helps clients build winning, global strategies in the regulated space. From cannabis cultivation to large-scale cannabis research and development, CannDelta’s team of global industry experts will help you achieve a better, more profitable future in the regulated and scientific industry in Alaska and globally. Start your cannabis licensure journey off right, contact America’s #1 cannabis licensing consultants today! Turn-key application packages for small businesses. Get licensed now!

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CannDelta helps clients build winning, global strategies in the regulated space. From cannabis cultivation to large-scale cannabis research and development, CannDelta’s team of global industry experts will help you achieve a better, more profitable future in the regulated and scientific industry in Alaska and globally. Start your cannabis licensure journey off right, contact America’s #1 cannabis licensing consultants today! Turn-key application packages for small businesses. Get licensed now!

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CannDelta: Your Expert Guide to the Alaska Cannabis Market

Alaska’s cannabis market is quickly growing, with 468 recreational cannabis business licenses currently issued and 436 companies operational. Of these, there are 239 growers and 145 retail stores. Each application for a cannabis business establishment in Alaska must be submitted to the board.

If you’re considering applying for a license in Alaska, it’s important to know the requirements. If the applicant for a cannabis business is a corporation, the application must be executed by the authorized officers of the corporation. A partnership needs to provide the names and addresses of all general partners and all partners with an interest of 10 percent or more.

There are several types of licenses available in Alaska, including the cannabis retailer license, standard cannabis cultivation facility license, limited cannabis cultivation facility license, and cannabis product manufacturing facility license.

The cannabis retailer license allows the holder to sell up to one ounce of cannabis per day to a customer. Additionally, a cannabis retailer can only purchase cannabis from a cannabis producer or a cannabis processor. However, there are restrictions on when and where cannabis can be sold, and consuming cannabis on licensed premises is strictly prohibited.

A standard cannabis cultivation facility license allows for the operation of a cannabis cultivation facility that is over 500 square feet. This allows the business to plant, propagate, cultivate, harvest, trim, dry, cure, package, or label cannabis. Additionally, with this license type, you are able to sell cannabis to a licensed retail store, to another licensed cannabis cultivation facility, or to a licensed cannabis product manufacturing facility in Alaska. You can also provide samples to licensed cannabis testing facilities for testing purposes.

A limited cannabis cultivation facility license provides all of the privileges of a standard cannabis cultivation facility license, but the facility must be fewer than 500 square feet under cultivation.

A cannabis product manufacturing facility license allows your business to extract cannabis concentrate for sale or formulate or manufacture any cannabis product for sale. With this license type, you can purchase cannabis from a cultivation facility or from another cannabis product manufacturing facility. You can also extract cannabis concentrate, manufacture, refine, process, cook, package, label, and store cannabis products. Additionally, you can sell, distribute, or deliver cannabis extract or any cannabis product to a licensed retail cannabis store or cannabis product manufacturing facility.

At CannDelta, we can help guide you through the application process and ensure you meet all requirements. Our team of experts can assist you in preparing an operation plan, obtaining a cannabis handler permit, and meeting health and safety requirements. We can also provide guidance on standards for cultivation and preparation, laboratory testing set-up and licensing, and compliance assistance with packaging and labelling.

Contact our cannabis business consultants for additional assistance on your Alaska cannabis application. Let us help you navigate the Alaska cannabis market with ease.

As an expert consulting firm in the cannabis industry, CannDelta is dedicated to providing comprehensive guidance to businesses and individuals navigating the complex regulatory landscape. Our team of highly skilled professionals stays up to date on the latest regulations and trends in the cannabis market to provide top-notch advice and assistance.

At CannDelta, we understand that compliance with regulations is crucial for success in the cannabis industry. Our team provides a wide range of services, including regulatory consulting, licensing support, compliance audits, and more. We also offer tailored solutions to meet the unique needs of each client, ensuring that they are equipped with the knowledge and tools necessary to succeed in this highly regulated industry.

Whether you are an established cannabis business or a new entrant to the market, CannDelta can help you navigate the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. Our team has a deep understanding of the legal and regulatory landscape and can provide the guidance you need to succeed. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you achieve your goals in the cannabis industry.

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The holder of an Cannabis Cultivator license is permitted to cultivate, harvest, dry/trim, and cure cannabis. They may hold a Cannabis Processor license and a Cannabis Distributor license. Similar licenses include the Cannabis Micro-business and Nursery license.


A holder of an 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 Retail Dispensary license is permitted to buy cannabis products to licensed Cannabis Distributors and sell to the public in their Adult-Use Cannabis Retail Dispensary store. Click the button below to learn how to get a weed license!



A holder of an Cannabis Distributor license is permitted to buy, store, and sell cannabis products from Cannabis Processors At least 21 years of age; A U.S. citizen or permanent resident; Have a motorized vehicle; Have no major felony convictions.


A cannabis consumption lounge is a legal, controlled environment where adults can consume cannabis products. Starting such a venture requires a thorough understanding of complex regulations, for which a consultant can be invaluable. They help refine your business plan, navigate local and national laws, assist with the application process, and ensure ongoing compliance after securing the license. Their expertise enables you to create a legally sound, operationally feasible, and successful lounge, helping you transform your vision into reality while reducing the burden of compliance and licensing issues. Their support is an essential asset in launching and maintaining your cannabis lounge business.

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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. Cannabis Laboratories often require ISO17025 certification to apply!

Pre-License Services

CannDelta can help you determine the right location for your cannabis facility or your site. 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.

Get help with turn-key licensing cannabis application. CannDelta will assist you with obtaining permits and provide consulting support for all cannabis license types.

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.

We can create customized business plans to help forecast your company’s success and predict when you will receive a return on your investment. Our plans contain pitch decks & customized logos, branding, and a marketing plan.

LIcense application Types

A medical cannabis cultivator license allows for the holder to acquire, grow, cultivate, and harvest medical cannabis in an indoor, enclosed, locked, and secure area. The terms “cannabis cultivator”, “cultivator”, or “micro-cultivator” also have the same meaning.

Cannabis manufacturers and processors are responsible for converting raw cannabis plant material into a variety of products for the cannabis market. Some of the activities permitted for a cannabis manufacturer and processor may include:

  1. Extraction: This involves the use of solvents or other methods to extract cannabinoids and other compounds from the cannabis plant, which can then be used to create a wide range of products, including oils, tinctures, and concentrates.

  2. Infusion: This process involves adding cannabis extracts or oils to a variety of products, such as edibles, beverages, and topical products.

  3. Packaging and labeling: Cannabis manufacturers and processors are responsible for packaging and labeling their products in compliance with state and local regulations. This includes ensuring that all product labels are accurate and contain the required information.

  4. Testing: Cannabis manufacturers and processors are required to test their products for potency, purity, and safety before they can be sold to the public. This is to ensure that products are safe for consumers to use and meet the standards set by regulatory agencies.


A cannabis dispensary is permitted to sell cannabis products to customers who are of legal age, and may also be permitted to offer additional services such as educational resources, consultations with staff, and delivery services. However, it’s important to note that the activities allowed for a cannabis dispensary will be subject to local laws and regulations, and may also be subject to licensing requirements and other restrictions

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