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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional And Occupational Licensing
Agency 110. Board Of Pharmacy
Chapter 60. Regulations Governing Pharmaceutical Processors
10/17/2021

18VAC110-60-251. Wholesale distribution of cannabis oil products.

A. Cannabis oil, cannabis products, botanical cannabis, and usable cannabis from a batch that have passed the tests required in 18VAC110-60-300 G and H and are packaged and labeled for sale with an appropriate expiration date in accordance with 18VAC110-60-300 may be wholesale distributed between pharmaceutical processors and between a pharmaceutical processor and a cannabis dispensing facility.

B. Cannabis oil products from a batch that passed the microbiological, mycotoxin, heavy metal, residual solvent, and pesticide chemical residue tests and are packaged and labeled for sale with an appropriate expiration date in accordance with 18VAC110-60-300 may be wholesale distributed between cannabis dispensing facilities.

C. A pharmaceutical processor or cannabis dispensing facility wholesale distributing the products shall create a record of the transaction that shows (i) the date of distribution, (ii) the names and addresses of the processor or cannabis dispensing facility distributing the product and the processor or cannabis dispensing facility receiving the product, (iii) the kind and quantity of product being distributed, and (iv) the batch and lot identifying information to include harvest date, testing date, processing or manufacturing date, and expiration date. The record of the transaction shall be maintained by the distributing pharmaceutical processor or cannabis dispensing facility with its records of distribution, and a copy of the record shall be provided to and maintained by the processor or facility receiving the product in its records of receipt. Such records shall be maintained by each processor or facility for three years in compliance with 18VAC110-60-260.

D. A pharmaceutical processor or cannabis dispensing facility wholesale distributing cannabis products shall provide the receiving processor or cannabis dispensing facility with a copy of the lab results for the distributed product or electronic access to the information that can be shared upon request to registered patients, parents, legal guardians, registered agents, registered practitioners who have certified qualifying patients, or an agent of the board.

E. A pharmaceutical processor or cannabis dispensing facility wholesale distributing cannabis products shall store and handle products and maintain policies and procedures, to include a process for executing or responding to mandatory and voluntary recalls, in a manner that complies with 18VAC110-60-250.

F. If a pharmaceutical processor or cannabis dispensing facility wholesale distributing products uses an electronic system for the storage and retrieval of records related to distributing products, the pharmaceutical processor shall use a system that is compliant with 18VAC110-60-260.

Statutory Authority

§§ 54.1-3442.6 and 54.1-3447 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 37, Issue 25, eff. September 1, 2021.

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