How should I package my samples for testing?

Package each sample separately.  Plastic baggies work great for flower, kief, trim, and edibles. A plastic container with a lid is best for waxy or sticky products, such as hash and some extractions.  Syringes are also very good containers for low-viscosity (runny) extractions.

We ask that you bar code your samples with the traceability ID matching the sample ID listed on the manifest.  Ensure your bar codes can be scanned and verify they encode the entire sample ID. An inexpensive Dymo printer is a good option for printing bar codes that scan easily.  If you are not able to bar code your products at the time of pick up or drop off, be sure to write the traceability ID clearly on the sample package.

There are several other fields that are required on your sample labels per the WAC.  We offer a QA Label Generator at https://client.conflabs.com/.

Once you enter the information the labels will populate underneath. There are savable image versions as well as text for copy/pasting.