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4.9 Cannabis Product Inventory

Retail Cannabis Store Handbook

Policies

  1. Licensees must maintain a perpetual inventory system for the tracking of cannabis products. The system must include:
    1. point-of-sale tracking;
    2. track by both AGLC product and lot number; and
    3. data backed up weekly and stored in a secure manner.
  2. Licensees must complete full inventory counts of all cannabis products on a monthly basis or upon the request of AGLC. A log of the results must be maintained and all discrepancies found must be reported to AGLC Inspections Branch within 10 business days.
  3. All inventory records and supporting documents must be stored for a minimum of six (6) years with the records of the last two (2) years being kept on the licensed premises.
  4. Inventory records and supporting documents must be provided to AGLC or police upon request.
  5. Cannabis products that are outdated, recalled, damaged, deteriorated, misbranded or adulterated must be kept in a secure cannabis storage room separate from other cannabis products.

 

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