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Cannabis Packaging Pain Points: High Minimum Order Quantities

All cannabis businesses need compliant packaging in order to legally sell their products. However, cannabis businesses come in all shapes and sizes, with varying needs when it comes to packaging. This is one of the many reasons that high minimum order quantities can become a major roadblock to running a smooth operation in the cannabis industry. 

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Cannabis Packaging Pain Points: Poor Customer Service

Most cannabis packaging requires some level of customization, typically in the form of custom printing and labeling services. This is one of the ma...

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Cannabis Packaging Pain Points: Expensive Shipping & International Shipping Challenges

When the livelihood of your cannabis business is dependent on compliant packaging that arrives on time, expensive shipping and international shipping challenges are both frustrating and detrimental to your business. 

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Cannabis Packaging Pain Points: Slow Turnaround Times & Long Lead Times

From seed to sale, cannabis is a heavily regulated industry and compliance is the name of the game. This is especially true when it comes to packaging because you simply can’t sell your cannabis products unless you have compliant packaging that arrives on time. 

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Meet the Sana Ocean Jar 4 The new Sana Ocean Ocean Jar 4 is certified child-resistant, made in the USA, number 2 recyclable, holds 4 oz volume, fits up to 7g of flower, and is perfect for flower, edibles, and topicals.
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Meet the Sana Ocean Tube 116 The new Sana Ocean Tube 116 is fully recyclable, child-resistant certified, made in the USA, features a new pop-top design, and is perfect for king-size pre-rolls, blunts, and vape pens.
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Social and Environmental Justice: Reclaimed Ocean Plastics (4/4) In the last post in our series exploring the importance of environmental justice and how it relates to ongoing discussions on social justice, we want to discuss why we use reclaimed ocean plastic to manufacture packaging for cannabis products.
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Social and Environmental Justice: Plant-Based Materials (3/4) In this installment of our series exploring the relationship between environmental justice and social justice, we want to dive a little deeper into the specific materials we use to make our cannabis packaging products.
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Social and Environmental Justice: Recycling and Waste Management (2/4) At Sana Packaging, we have long believed that the recycling system in the United States is broken due to the inefficiencies in collection and sorting programs and the market-driven nature of the system itself.
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Social and Environmental Justice: Intro (1/4) A new blog series exploring how social justice and environmental justice are inextricably linked.
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The Benefits of Local Sourcing: Mitigating Externalities (5/5) In this week’s blog post, we explore some of the externalities that occur when a company only sources and manufactures products globally. 
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The Benefits of Local Sourcing: Communication Channels (4/5) In this week’s blog post, we explore some of the advantages that result from the greater degree of communication that often occurs within a regional supply chain compared to a global supply chain.

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