Washington's Cannabis-Tracking Software Disrupting Industry

Washington's Cannabis Tracking Software Disrupting Industry

After a three-month delay, the system designed to replace Washington state’s existing cannabis traceability software launched this past Thursday at 12:01 a.m. Five days later, industry members are complaining that the system, Leaf Data, is riddled with bugs.

Some businesses report that they haven’t been able to generate manifests—the state-mandated logs documenting the movement of cannabis between growers, processors, and retailers—since the new system went live. According to many, it has effectively shut down traceability for the time being. “It hurts, it totally hurts. We just left behind $18,000 worth of a delivery that we can’t deliver.”Jeremy Moberg, CannaSol Farms “We’re in Day 4 now, and we’ve never seen an electronic manifest in Green Bits,” Bob Ramstad, owner of OZ. Recreational Cannabis in Seattle, wrote on an industry forum on Sunday, referencing a popular point-of-sale system. “I don’t believe the problems with transferring the manifests in Leaf [have] been fixed yet,...

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