2018 Farm Bill Passes – End to an Era of Hemp Prohibition

From Marijuana Business Daily, hemp’s journey through the regulatory maze has been unique thus far. The 2018 Farm Bill’s passage represents an end to several decades’ prohibition of cannabis byproducts by moving hemp from the classification of a cannabis derivative to an agricultural good. The 2014 Farm Bill gave states the right to regulate hemp[…]

InstantGMP™ Software’s Internet of Things (IoT) Platform Presentation at Genexus Conference

Angelo Nardone, InstantGMP, Inc.’s Chief Technology Officer, recently presented InstantGMP™ software‘s Internet of Things (IoT) platform and covered how devices like equipment, network devices, sensors, actuators, and much more can be leveraged within the software suite. These integrated pieces of equipment are fully connected to several aspects and modules within InstantGMP™ to provide a smarter,[…]

InstantGMP™ Release Notes for Version 3.009.002

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Epidiolex Causes Giant Shift in Cannabis Scheduling

Not to be content with being the first approved CBD-derived drug for treatment of epilepsy, GW Pharmaceutical’s Epidiolex is causing the Drug Enforcement Agency’s stance on cannabis to change. Epidiolex’s rescheduling is the first time in 46 years that the DEA is shifting a Schedule I substance derivative to a lesser regulated level according to[…]

InstantGMP, Inc.’s Groundbreaking Greenfield Grant Winner to be Announced at MJ Biz Con Vegas

Helping Cannabis, CBD, Hemp, and Medical Marijuana Startups Hit the Ground Running Cary, NC September 28th, 2018 – InstantGMP, Inc., along with a partnership with the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA), California Cannabis Industry Association (CCIA), and National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) created the Greenfield Grant to provide startups with an encompassing quality management system[…]

Good Manufacturing Practices 101: The Lowdown on Preventing Low Quality Products

  Good Manufacturing Practices, better known as GMPs, are a system of minimum requirements set by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) to ensure safe products of consistent quality. However, they can be intimidating to many due to their complexity. Each FDA-regulated industry features its own standards for GMP compliance, but they all have several[…]

InstantGMP™ Release Notes for Version 3.009.001

New Functionalities Like MPRs, BPRs now have a “view only mode” of their Manufacturing Instructions. This “view only mode” appears after the BPR has been Reviewed, Rejected or Added to Inventory. Each Manufacturing Instruction step in a BPR is “locked” whenever the Manufacturing Instruction step requires a signature and it is signed. When the step[…]

InstantGMP, Inc. Announces Standard Operating Procedures for California Cannabis Regulations

Promoting Quality & Compliance in California’s Recreational Cannabis Market Cary, NC September 17th, 2018 – InstantGMP, Inc., the developer behind the InstantGMP™ suite of software, created a set of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) specifically for the California recreational cannabis industry. When used together with InstantGMP™ Track & Trace software, companies can elevate their brand’s quality[…]

InstantGMP™ Release notes for version 3.009.001

New Functionalities Like MPRs, BPRs now have a “view only mode” of their Manufacturing Instructions. This “view only mode” appears after the BPR has been Reviewed, Rejected or Added to Inventory. Each Manufacturing Instruction step in a BPR is “locked” whenever the Manufacturing Instruction step requires a signature and it is signed. When the step[…]

Is Mandatory Dietary Supplement Product Registration Coming?

From Jennifer Grebow of Nutritional Outlook, industry experts believe dietary supplement product registration could be incoming. One attorney that assisted in drafting the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA) noted that the industry is moving towards a mandatory product listing. The registry is needed as a way for the industry to self-regulate[…]