The BC Craft Farmers Co-op (BCCFC) established an exclusive Concierge for Members in December to help them navigate the regulatory maze created by the Federal Cannabis Act. Among other things, the service responded to concerns from BCCFC members about the predatory practices of some cannabis consultants.
In December, BCCFC announced the creation of a roster of qualified and pre-approved consultants for Members to select from. These professionals went through a comprehensive screening process and are now assisting Members at reduced rates.
Today, BCCFC is announcing plans to expand the roster to include qualified cannabis processors and analytical testing labs who want to help BC craft farmers and nurseries achieve their full potential in the legal marketplace.
BCCFC is inviting reputable processors and testing labs in BC and Western Canada to join this roster by describing how they provide timely, affordable and quality service to micro-class and nursery licence holders in BC.
In consultation with Members and to guide applicants, BCCFC has published a Help Wanted post here. Among other things, the invitation established a set of qualifications and described the services in demand. Applications will remain open until April 20, 2022.
For more about the BCCFC Concierge, click the button below. In addition to rosters of qualified cannabis consultants, processing and testing labs, the BCCFC Concierge will be expanded to include farm-gate, financial, insurance and bulk purchasing services this spring.