Vermont licenses 2 cannabis testing labs ahead of adult-use sales launch

Be at the forefront of the latest cannabis scientific research. Submit a research abstract to present by Dec. 16, or register to attend the The Emerald Conference by MJBizScience, March 1-3 in San Diego.


Vermont regulators licensed two laboratories to test adult-use cannabis in the state’s burgeoning program.

Bia Diagnostics and Steep Hill Labs, though a licensee partnership, have been issued testing permits as the state prepares to launch adult-use marijuana sales in October.

Bia Diagnostics has been testing hemp in Vermont for the past three years, according to a news release, and is currently accepting marijuana samples at its Colchester location.

The lab is ISO/IEC 17025 accredited for cannabis testing, the release noted.

Business leaders need reliable industry data and in-depth analysis to make smart investments and informed decisions in these uncertain economic times.

Order your 2022 MJBiz Factbook, out now!

Featured Inside:
  • 200+ pages and 50 charts with key data points
  • State-by-state guide to regulations, taxes & opportunities
  • Segmented research reports for the marijuana + hemp industries
  • Accurate financial forecasts + investment trends

 

Stay ahead of the curve and avoid costly missteps in the rapidly evolving cannabis industry.

Steep Hill Vermont plans to begin testing marijuana and hemp flower and other processed cannabis by this fall, according to a release.

California-based Steep Hill began testing cannabis commercially in 2008 and has opened laboratories in 10 U.S. states as well as Mexico and Canada.