How will the track and trace program work for non-medical cannabis?

The California Department of Food and Agriculture will establish the track-and-trace program for medical cannabis and non-medical cannabis. Track and trace will operate similar to the Medical Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MCRSA) requirements. This means the movement of cannabis and cannabis products will be documented throughout the supply chain from cultivation to sale. The system will ensure that if public safety concerns arise, the source can be quickly identified. Additionally, track and trace will be a tool to prevent product grown outside the legal framework from entering the regulated market and regulated product from being diverted to the black market.