Manufacturing THC-Infused Edibles

The Authority in Compliant Manufacturing of THC-Infused Frozen Dairy & Non-Dairy Products


Do you want to manufacture and sell THC-infused edibles, ice cream or other frozen dairy/nondairy products and haven’t a clue where to start?

Are you making “tetrahydrocannabinol” (THC) infused edibles or ice cream in your home kitchen and selling to dispensaries and now want to take your business to the next level?

Consumable Cannabis Consulting will guide you through the steps necessary to professionally manufacture a consistent, safe and high-quality THC-infused consumable dairy or nondairy frozen product.

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Professionally Manufacture

THC-Infused Frozen Dairy-Non-Dairy-Edibles

We explain how to professionally manufacturer THC-infused edibles, ice cream, frozen dairy or nondairy treats.

  • Get out of the kitchen and work in a professionally equipped space
  • Manufacturer a safe, high-quality and consistent frozen dairy or nondairy product
  • Help develop your business model and plan
  • Build a manufacturing facility
  • Make important space, infrastructure and amenity requirement decisions
  • Understand the necessary commercial and NSF approved equipment to pass health inspections
  • Temperature requirements to produce and properly store product
  • Good manufacturing practices, GMP’s
  • The right size package and label requirements, NLEA
  • Understanding the difference between butterfat, milk-fat and non-dairy
  • What is involved in vegan, non-gmo, gluten free, all natural and organic identification
  • Ingredient and flavor suppliers available
  • City and state health inspection insight
  • Site location and lease agreement feedback
  • Investment and timeline

Manufacturing the Right Way

How to manufacture edibles, frozen dairy and nondairy product the right way if you want your business to be successful for the long term.

WARNING!!  Not adhering to the disciplines of safe, sanitary food manufacturing practices, can potentially result in food poisoning  when consuming product and resulting in your business getting shut down.

Understanding and adhering to proper food manufacturing practices is the law. Your local and state health authorities Will Not allow a consumable product to be made at home in a unlicensed, non-monitored kitchen environment using home appliances, selling to dispensaries and the public. Period!

If you are currently doing so, know that your business will be short-lived and once you are shut down, you will have difficulty obtaining a license to begin operations again. The government takes this matter seriously and making people sick by consuming food latent with bacteria causing food poisoning is not something taken lightly.

Stay out of trouble and learn the necessary steps to safely and legally make edibles under good manufacturing practices. Understanding what a clean room is and the importance in using appropriate commercial equipment is just one part, following proper sanitation practice and procedure is the other.

Your business is more than just a hobby. Treat it with the gravity it deserves.

YES, I Want My Business to Be a Success




Who Else Wants to Avoid Costly Manufacturing Errors?

Dispensaries are always looking for new THC-infused consumable products for their customers.

Dispensaries expect your product to be:

  • Clean
  • Consistent
  • Properly packaged
  • Properly labeled
  • Provide minimal risk to their customers

Learning how to property run your business can save time, money and the risk of liability. Making THC-infused edibles, dairy and nondairy frozen products can be fun and be a profitable business — if done correctly.

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General Disclaimer:  

Consumable Cannabis Consulting does not make or imply any position or opinion on the legal or illegal use of cannabis, hemp and marijuana in any form or derivative. The information offered is strictly limited to the disciplines of “good manufacturing practices” of consumable products, enforced by the Dept. of Agriculture and it’s overseeing bodies of the state and local health department.  

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