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Oregon Officials Make Surprise Inspections on Medical Marijuana Facilities, Closing One Dispensary for Violations

Companies mentioned in this article: Kush Bottles

SANTA ANA, Calif., July 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Kush Bottles, North America's premier supplier of certified child-resistant packaging and compliant bottles for the cannabis industry, commented today on the news that Oregon officials closed one medical marijuana dispensary for violations found during a surprise inspection.

As reported by The Oregonian, officials from the state Liquor Control Board began making unannounced inspections of licensed medial marijuana dispensaries, and found numerous violations, which resulted in the immediate shuttering of one facility.

Tom Burns, director of pharmacy programs with the Oregon Health Authority, said that when major violations are discovered, they will revoke licenses to operate.

Kush Bottles announced in a previous news release that these inspections were coming imminent. Several dispensaries took advantage of Kush Bottles' free compliance consultation service, and the company is proud to report that those dispensaries were found to be free of violations.

Kush Bottles is the leader in providing high quality child-resistant containers to the cannabis industry. Having sold over 10 million packaging solutions, the company has on-staff professionals who are expert in each state's regulations. This knowledge base is provided free of charge to growers and dispensary owners, and is highly recommended to assure compliance with the myriad of complex regulations, as well as to avoid fines, confiscation of products, or even license revocation.

"We were one of the first packaging solution providers in Oregon, and we intend to be here for the long haul," said Ben Wu, CEO of Kush Bottles, Inc. "We look forward to working with dispensary owners, manufacturers of cannabis-based products, and growers to help them find the most effective, affordable and complaint packaging systems for their unique situation."

To learn more about Kush Bottles free consulting services, or for more information on Kush Bottles' product portfolio, please call Kush Bottles at: 888.920.5874 or go online to www.kushbottles.com.

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