Q: What is a Child Resistant Container?

A: A child resistant container is a container certified by an independent testing laboratory to meet the standard established by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. The closure must be challenging for children, between the ages of 42 to 54 months, to open and accessible by seniors. The answer to the question is published in the Code of Federal Regulations Title 16, Part 1700. See more at: What is a Child Resistant Package? (14-02 Packaging) eBottles420.com offers Pharmaceutical Grade Opaque Wide Mouth Jars with Child Resistant Closures that meet the requirements for Marijuana packaging.

Q: How can I get a Certification letter for your Child Resistant packages?

A: Contact us at 888-215-0023, we will be happy to email you a copy of the relevant certification letter.

Q: What is an “Air Tight Container” and why is it important for packaging marijuana?

A: An Air Tight container is a container that does not let air in or out. Marijuana products produce a strong herb smell and are subject to drying out and losing their freshness. Common packaging like vials or linerless closures are unable to create an airtight seal that maintains the freshness of the product as well as contain the odor. eBottles420.com offers airtight packaging that will keep marijuana product lasting longer and eliminates the odor while it is stored.

Q: What is ASTM and why is it important for marijuana packaging?

A: ASTM, or the American Society for Testing and Materials, is an international standards organization that develops and publishes technical standards for a wide range of materials. States often require that marijuana be packaged in “ASTM certified” containers. This is misleading as ASTM refers to the standards under which a package’s material was tested.

Q: What are my state’s requirements for packaging marijuana?

A: Requirements on marijuana packaging can vary by state, and by country. General information on medicinal cannabis is often found within the state’s Department of Health website. Recreational marijuana is now legal in Colorado and Washington. Information on their packaging requirements can be found at the following sites: Colorado: http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite/Rev-MMJ/CBON/1251592984795 Washington: http://app.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=314-55-105 The team at eBottles420.com has experience with current packaging requirements. Contact us at 888-215-0023 with additional questions.

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Q: What are Canadian requirements for packaging marijuana?

A: The producer must ensure that the Marijuana is packaged in a manner that keeps it dry, has a tamper evident feature and meets the requirements of child resistant packaging. http://www.laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/SOR-2013-119/

Q: What is an “Exit Bag”?

A: An Exit Bag is a plastic pouch that has a recloseable child resistant mechanism. The use of an exit bag makes it easy for the dispensary to comply with the child resistant mandate as any purchased items including marijuana infused products and concentrates can simply be placed in the bag. The downside to an exit bag is that once the products are removed from the bag at home they are no longer child resistant.

Q: What is a re-shipper carton and how is it being used?

A: Our 32 count glass jars are intentionally packed in reusable re-shipper cartons with partitions. The boxes are upside on the pallet as the tops are not taped. This keeps any dust out. The jars are “necks down” (upside down) in the box. To remove the cartons from the pallet, place two fingers on the carton bottom as you take the boxes off the pallet, holding the flaps closed. To remove the jars from the box fold the flaps back, place your hand on the top, flip the box over and slide the box up, leaving the jars right side up and ready for filling. After filling and capping, the box is designed to be reused to ship your filled products, saving you from disposing of corrugate and the cost of buying and setting up new boxes. The box holds 32 - 1/8th oz jars totaling 4 oz of flower. Four boxes equals an ounce. These boxes can be supplied preprinted with your brand, subject to a 2,500 box MOQ (80,000 jars).