New York’s Adult Use Cannabis Processor Licenses

Continuing our series on New York’s cannabis rules and regulations, we’re breaking down everything you need to know about New York’s cannabis processor licenses (check out our other posts in the series here, here, here, and here). Because there is so much information packed into the regs, we’re doing this FAQ style.

What are the processor license types?

There are several different processor license types, which can be combined with a cultivation and/or distribution license. The processor license types are:

Extraction Blending and infusing Packaging and labeling Branding, including for the exclusive performance of white labeling agreements What are processor licensees authorized to do?

All processor licensees are authorized to acquire, possess, and sell cannabis from a licensed cultivator to duly licensed processors and distributors. These are the allowable cannabis product types:

Topicals Edibles (provided that the edible is not in a s shape considered attractive to individuals under 21 years old). Edibles include: Gummies Capsules Beverages Tablets Tinctures Baked goods Chocolates Vape cartridges or single-use pens Concentrates, such as shatters, waxes and resin Cannabis flower products, including whole flower, ground flower, shake and pre-rolls Cannabis extracts for intermediary sale Other products that are

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