North Dakota is in the market for a testing laboratory for its nascent medical marijuana program.
Each sample will be tested for:
- Microbiological contaminants
- Active pesticide ingredients
- Residual solvent
- Heavy metals
- THC and CBD levels
Applicants should send a letter of intent to the Department of Health’s Division of Medical Marijuana.
North Dakota’s medical marijuana program is expected to be up and running by mid-2018. It’s expected to be one of the smallest MMJ markets in the nation, with annual dispensary sales eventually reaching $10 million-$20 million, according to Marijuana Business Daily estimates.