By the end of this year, all marijuana products sold in Colorado will have to be lab-tested first.

Final rules for the state’s recreational industry require all products to be tested and labelled for THC content and contaminants by Oct. 1st.

The system will be gradually introduced, with testing on edibles becoming mandatory as early as May.

While sales of recreational marijuana began Jan. 1st, testing has been optional, partially due to the lack of cannabis labs. Only 3 exist right now and all are located in Denver.

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