While many people assume laws for hemp and marijuana are the same, there are differences in the law and the legality of the product. After the Farm Bill in 2018, signed by President Trump, hemp was moved from the classification of a Schedule 1 drug to an agricultural commodity.

To be considered as an agricultural commodity, the hemp has to have a TCH or tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of less than 0.3 percent, based on a dry weight basis. With that being noted, the majority of states now consider hemp legal, although some states have banned hemp smokables and vapes.

In areas where hemp is a legal product and can be sold, hemp packaging and storage is an important consideration for retailers.

Visibility of the Product

To educate and inform customers, and to provide transparency in product quality, hemp packaging that offers visibility into the container is the ideal choice. This prevents the need to open the packaging for each customer.

Display Appeal

Retailers, particularly in dispensaries, should consider a uniform look to their cannabis and hemp packaging options. This adds to marketing and branding efforts and a unique look to the dispensary. Check out the various options and look for companies offering customized branding of the jars for a distinctive display.

Security Issues

Look for hemp display jars that offer security features. Items like cable locks or security tethers can secure the jars to the counter or display area, eliminating the risk of the jar being removed by a customer when staff is busy elsewhere.

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