Alberta cannabis retailers can now try before they buy.
Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis (AGLC) recently announced that cannabis representatives can now provide up to 3.5 grams of dried cannabis, or equivalent, as sample product. Samples provided must be for marketing purposes and are for licensee use only.
AGLC notes it has “streamlined policies contained in the Cannabis Representative Handbook (CRH) to provide cannabis representatives with more autonomy in their management and operations.”
The updated CRH clarifies that cannabis reps can provide a “one-time” maximum sample size of 3.5 grams per product and records of all samples must be retained for six years and are subject to AGLC review upon request.
In a tweet, the Alberta Cannabis Micro License Association applauded the move and said the “change will result in more diverse cannabis product offerings for consumers.”
With around 1,000 cannabis stores, Alberta has the
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