General Processor Requirements
(1)A processor must:
(a)Use equipment, counters and surfaces for processing that are food-grade and do not react adversely with any solvent being used.
(b)Have counters and surface areas that are constructed in a manner that reduce the potential for development of microbials, molds and fungi and that can be easily cleaned.
(c)Maintain the licensed premises in a manner that is free from conditions which may result in contamination and that is suitable to facilitate safe and sanitary operations for product preparation purposes.
(d)Store all marijuana or hemp items not in use in a locked area, including products that require refrigeration in accordance with OAR 845-025-1410 (Security Requirements).
(e)Assign every process lot a unique identification number and enter this information into CTS.
(2)A processor may not process, transfer or sell a marijuana or hemp item:
(a)That by its shape, design or flavor is likely to appeal to minors, including but not limited to:
(A)Products that are modeled after non-cannabis products primarily consumed by and marketed to children; or
(B)Products in the shape of an animal, vehicle, person or character.
(b)That is made by applying cannabinoid concentrates or extracts to commercially available candy or snack food items.
(c)That contains Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO).
(d)If such an item is an inhalable cannabinoid product that does not meet the requirements in OAR 845-025-3265 (Inhalable Cannabinoid Product Processor Requirements), except that a processor may transfer or sell an inhalable cannabinoid product that does not meet the requirements in OAR 845-025-3265 (Inhalable Cannabinoid Product Processor Requirements) until July 1, 2021, if the non-compliant inhalable cannabinoid product was processed prior to April 1, 2021.
(3)A processor may not treat or otherwise adulterate a cannabinoid product, concentrate or extract with any additive or substance that would increase potency, toxicity or addictive potential, or that would create an unsafe combination with other psychoactive substances. Prohibited additives or substances include but are not limited to nicotine, caffeine, polyethylene glycol, or any chemicals that increase carcinogenicity or cardiac effects.
(4)A processor must maintain records of industrial hemp test results for 2 years.
Rule 845-025-3220 — General Processor Requirements,