Labeling & Packaging Guide
This guide is intended to provide information regarding the labeling and packaging of medical marijuana and medical marijuana products. Proper labeling and packaging ensures consumers are informed about what they are purchasing and helps to prevent unintended use. The information provided in this guide does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice; instead, all information in this guide is for general informational purposes only. Readers of this guide should contact their attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular facts or circumstances. The information provided in this guide may be subject to change.
OMMA Business Complaints
If you wish to file a complaint against a medical marijuana business, please complete the OMMA Business Complaint Form below. Please make sure to provide as much detail as possible. Complaints will be investigated in the order in which they are received, unless the complaint presents a threat to public health and safety.
Certificate of Compliance
Starting August 30, 2019 all business applicants will be required to submit a Certificate of Compliance from the political subdivision that has jurisdiction where the business is located (usually a city or county). Businesses located within Oklahoma City may submit the Certificate of Compliance provided by Oklahoma City. Businesses are encouraged to contact their city or county for more information on this process before submitting their application.
Food Licensing: Information for Dispensaries and Processors
Dispensaries and processors licensed by the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) are required to obtain a food license if they produce or sell any edible medical marijuana products. This license is not obtained through OMMA. For information on how to obtain your food license, please review the Food Licensing Fact Sheet or visit: food.health.ok.gov.
Food Safety Standards Board
Governor Fallin signed the Food Safety Standards Board rules on December 20, 2018. These added rules within 310:681-5-8.1. Food Safety Standards for Processors, which are available at the link below. To view the full emergency rules, please visit the “Rules and Regulations” page. For more information about the new requirements, please visit the “Food Safety Standards Board” page.
310:681-5-8.1. Food Safety Standards for Processors