By John Schroyer
New labeling rules that take effect Oct. 1 for marijuana edibles produced in Colorado have been a huge expense for many infused products manufacturers – and may cause headaches for retailers, too.
Edibles companies have spent upwards of six figures to retool manufacturing equipment, retrain employees and pay for new packaging.
Retailers, meanwhile, could be left with unsold inventory that doesn’t meet the new standards, which apply to both recreational and medical products.
Any unsold inventory could prove a boon for…