The cannabis industry is one that is expanding at an incredible rate – it seems like new regulations and legalizations are being announced daily for both medical and adult recreational use. Keeping one step ahead of the competition in such a competitive industry can be vital to hold on to a competitive edge; quality and safety certification can be a great step to help those efforts.
As the most popular and widespread certification standard worldwide in a number of other industries, it’s logical that ISO 9001 can also be applied to cannabis organizations. As a multipurpose tool, the standard can be a good option for operations of any size and scope looking to get their feet wet with the certification process.
Operations involved with food production making food products that contain cannabis derivatives (such as edibles or gummies) may find ISO 22000 certification helpful. While regulations and requirements vary state to state, ISO 22000 meets many states’ requirements for cannabis product manufacture.
To learn more about these standards, visit their individual pages by clicking the links below.