Missouri Cannabis Compliance
Here is an overview of the rules and regulations that can be addressed using seed to sale cannabis tracking software. For the full set of rules and regulations, please click here.
(1) Access to Seed-to-Sale Tracking System Certifications.
(A) The department will not limit the number of certifications available for seed-to-sale tracking system entities.
(B) The department will begin accepting applications for review on August 3, 2019. All complete applications received by the department that are submitted on or after that date will be approved or denied within one hundred fifty (150) days of that application’s submission. An application will be considered complete if it includes all information required for applications by this rule. The department will notify an applicant if an application is incomplete and will specify in that notification what information is missing. Applicants will be given seven (7) days to provide missing information. Failure to provide missing information may result in denial of the application.
(C) The department shall charge an application fee for a seed-to-sale certification and also an annual fee once a certification is granted. The first annual fee will be due thirty (30) days after a certification is issued and shall be due annually on that same date as long as the certification remains valid. The department shall publish the current fees, including any adjustments, on its website at http://medicalmarijuana.mo.gov. The amount of fees due will be the amount that is effective as of the due date for the fee.
(2) Application Requirements. All applications for seed-to-sale tracking system certifications shall include at least the following information:
(A) Name and address of the applicant;
(B) Legal name of the entity, including any fictitious business names, and a certificate of good standing from the Missouri Office of the Secretary of State;
(C) An attestation by an owner or principle of the entity that the seed-to-sale tracking system can and will comply with this rule; and
(D) All applicable fees or proof that all applicable fees have already been paid.
(3) Seed-to-Sale Tracking System Requirements. All seed-to-sale tracking systems used by cultivation, manufacturing, dispensary, testing, and transportation facilities shall be capable of—
(A) Interfacing with the statewide track and trace system such that a licensed or certificated facility may enter and access information in the statewide track and trace system as required for inventory control and tracking by 19 CSR 30-95.040(4)(G) and for purchase limitations by 19 CSR 30-95.080(2)(C);
(B) Providing the department with access to all information stored in the system’s database;
(C) Maintaining the confidentiality of all patient data and records accessed or stored by the system such that all persons or entities other than the department may only access the information in the system that they are authorized by law to access; and
(D) Producing analytical reports to the department regarding— 1. Total quantity of daily, monthly, and yearly sales at the facility per product type; 2. Average prices of daily, monthly, and yearly sales at the facility per product type; and 3. Total inventory or sales record adjustments at the facility.
(4) Seed-to-Sale Tracking System Prohibitions.
(A) No certified seed-to-sale tracking system entities may begin operations before signing the department’s Medical Marijuana Application Programming Interface User Agreement.
(B) No seed-to-sale tracking system entity may sell seed-to-sale tracking services or services related to compliance with seed-to-sale tracking regulations to a licensed or certified facility if it is owned by or affiliated with an entity that holds a contract with the state of Missouri for any product or service related to the department’s medical marijuana program.
(5) Failure to comply with this rule and failure to abide by the department’s Medical Marijuana Application Programming Interface User Agreement may result in revocation of certification.
For the official rules and regulations, please click here.