Universal THC Symbol: Oregon State

Oregon packaging requirements (from official government website)

A generic label is a label that contains only the required information listed in the rule and has no graphics, pictures, or logos. Generic labels do not need to be submitted to the OLCC for approval. The chart below provides the required information for each product type and an example of a generic label. Keep in mind that these are only examples – generic labels do not have to list information in exactly the same way. As you can see below, only the required information appears on the label. The required information can appear on more than one panel. If using more than one panel, please remember that the principal display panel is the portion of the label that is most likely to be seen when on display for sale. (this is an excerpt, view article here)

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