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California Code, Health and Safety Code - HSC § 111925.6

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(a) A product batch may be reprocessed or remediated after failed testing, but the batch shall not be distributed or sold unless the reprocessed or remediated batch has been retested and successfully passed all the analyses required pursuant to this article.

(b) If the batch cannot be reprocessed or remediated, the product batch shall be destroyed.

(c) If a failed product batch is not reprocessed or remediated in any way, it shall not be retested. Subsequent certificates of analysis produced without reprocessing or remediation of the failed product batch shall not supersede the initial regulatory compliance testing certificate of analysis.

(d) This section shall not prevent a product batch from being retested when the certificate of analysis was obtained 12 months prior or more.

(e)(1) Reprocessing or remediation shall be an available remedy for failed product batches in all industrial hemp product categories and raw extract.

(2) Remediation is not allowed once a product enters the retail market.

(f) A failed product batch that cannot be reprocessed or remediated shall be destroyed, at the expense of the owner, on video surveillance, as authorized by the department, or under the supervision of an authorized agent of the department.

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