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Industrial Hemp Product Registration

In order to be sold or marketed in Utah, a cannabinoid product is required to be registered annually with UDAF.

Please see the Registered Product List for a record of currently registered products.

Industrial hemp products that do not contain cannabinoids do not require registration.

Click on the following links for instructions to navigate UDAF’s application software (AIMS):

How to register a cannabinoid product:

  • Visit
    • Login to your account
    • Click Industrial Hemp 
    • Click Product Registration 
    • Fill out application
      • NOTE: one application is required per cannabinoid product or cannabinoid product class
    • Pay product registration fee
      • Each cannabinoid product, or cannabinoid product class, requires the applicant to submit $250 registration fee and a non-refundable $75 service fee (total of $325)
      • Payment can be made online, over the phone at (801) 982-2200, or by mailing a check
**Applications will not be reviewed until payment is made**
    • Applicants will be notified of approval or denial via email. If the product is approved, the product will be added to our registered product list
  • The following is required as part of the application
    • Cannabinoid profile certificate of analysis (COA) performed by UDAF’s Analytical Lab
    • A full panel COA which may be performed by any third-party lab
    • A product label for each product
    • NOTE: UDAF may request additional information from the applicant  if material submitted in the application is not sufficient for approval
  • To update product registration after submission
    • Visit and login to your account 
    • Click Industrial Hemp 
    • Click Product Registration 
    • Select Change Request as application type
    • Select product that you would like to update
    • Fill out Change Request application
    • For substantial changes, a new product registration may be required

Please see this page for more details on the rules and laws governing the registration of products.

How long is product registration good for?

  • Product registration is valid for one calendar year from the date of approval
  • A new registration is required every year for each registered product

Product types that are NOT allowed

  • Smokeable flower
  • Products considered appealing to children
    • Cannot have mascots, fictional characters, or cartoon characters
    • Cannot mimic products that are usually marketed to children
  • Conventional food or beverages 
    • Gummies are permitted if they are not shaped like characters or animals 
    • Liquid suspensions of 2 ounces or less are permitted 
  • Products that have a combined concentration of total THC and any THC analog exceeding 0.3% on a dry weight basis 
  • Products that contain a combined amount of total THC and any THC analog exceeding 10% of the total cannabinoid content
  • Products that have a total of THC and any THC analog that is greater than: 5 milligrams per serving; and 150 milligrams per package
  • See R-68-26 for details

Is the milligram per serving and per package limit for all cannabinoids?

  • No, the milligram per serving and package limits apply to THC and THC analogs only.

What THC and THC Analogs are included in the Total THC allowed 

  • The state considers the following compounds as part of the total THC allowable in a product
    • Δ9 THC
    • Δ9 THCA
    • Δ8 THC
    • Δ8 THCA

What other cannabinoids are allowed 

  • The state allows the following additional cannabinoid in products with no current limits in place
    • CBC
    • CBL
    • CBD
    • CBDV
    • CBE
    • CBG
    • CBGV
    • CBN
    • CBV
    • THCV

Are there any compounds not allowed in industrial hemp or cannabinoid products?

  • Currently we consider the following compounds adulterants and are not allowed in any amounts. This is not an exhaustive list
    • THC-O Acetate
    • HHC
    • EXO-THC
    • THCP
    • THCJD
    • ANY other THC analogs not specifically identified above
  • UDAF may make rules to immediately ban or limit the presence of any substance in a cannabinoid product after receiving a recommendation to do so from a public health authority.
  • The state is concerned with the presence of synthetic or artificially derived cannabinoids in the market, and is moving away from allowing any of them to  be present in products available in the hemp market. 

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