As cannabis and hemp legalization expands, government regulators need a new and more secure approach to control and manage these supply chains, while protecting public health and safety. SICPA offers three solutions that can help:
1. SICPATRACE® Cannabis helps governments achieve their objectives in a way that is easy for the industry to comply, fully transparent, and is already proven in the largest cannabis producing regions in the U.S. SICPATRACE® Cannabis offers a secure, comprehensive and compliant end-to-end track and trace solution for the entire cannabis supply chain. The solution combines physical and information-based security tools, including high tech, counterfeit-resistant secure labels with unique identifiers.
2. SICPATRACE® for Hemp provides regulators with visibility into the hemp supply chain from cultivation to sale. At the cultivation level, the solution leverages batch and lot tracking capabilities to assist governments in managing large scale hemp agriculture. For hemp-derived CBD products, SICPATRACE® provides more detailed traceability down to the individual product unit.
3. Retail product marking combines counterfeit-resistant, secure identifiers on retail products with existing traceability solutions to enhance compliance and enforcement outcomes, while instilling consumer confidence in retail cannabis products. Secure product marking with serialization enables a concrete link between physical retail units and the data in the traceability system.
Support Regulatory Compliance
Promote Public Health & Safety
Confirm Proof of Origin
Prevent Illegal Activity
Ensure Tax Revenue Collection
An effective compliance program is built on data you can trust. Most track and trace programs rely only on information that can easily be copied, like serial numbers and barcodes. Don't base your traceability program on tactics that do not prevent fraud.
“SICPA was really supportive in answering questions and helping to alleviate any trepidation ... They have offered outstanding customer support and the pilot participants have been very outspoken in their appreciation of SICPA’s efforts.”
—Jeff Dolf, Humboldt County Agricultural