Legal Cannabis: Customs Details the Conditions for importing and Exporting Authorized Products

maryam lahbal
maryam lahbal
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As part of the implementation of the provisions of the law on the legal uses of cannabis, the Customs and Indirect Tax Administration recently shared the system for importing and exporting authorized seeds, seedlings, and industrial products.

The Customs and Indirect Tax Administration (ADII) published, on Tuesday 25th April, a circular detailing the new system for importing and exporting seeds, seedlings, and industrial products authorized by the National Agency for the Regulation of Activities Related to Cannabis (ANRAC).

The batches of certified cannabis seeds and plants must therefore bear a label comprising the number of the certification decision of the variety, the level of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) of the said variety as well as the mention “cannabis: seeds/plants certified or the related logo.

The ADII specifies that the certification can be withdrawn by the ANRAC when the variety of cannabis no longer meets the conditions based on which the said certification was granted. The list of certification decisions is published and regularly updated on the Agency’s electronic site.

The ADII also recalls that except for medicinal and pharmaceutical products, the manufacture of products whose tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content exceeds the rate set by regulation, which is 1%, is strictly prohibited.

Maryam Lahbal

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