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Processors: Processes more than 3,000 lbs of dried biomass cannabis material annual (application fee $15,000 / annual license fee $20,000)
|Mississippi Cannabis Transportation Entity||application fee $5,000 / annual license fee $7,500|
|Mississippi Cannabis Disposal Entity||application fee $5,000 / annual license fee $7,500|
|Mississippi Cannabis Testing Facility||application fee $10,000 / annual license fee $15,000|
|Mississippi Cannabis Research Facility||application fee $10,000 / annual license fee $15,000|
|Basic Demographic Information|
|Resources include the US Census Bureau, City-Data.com, and any additional relevant resources.|
|Total # of Counties||82|
|Total # of Cities/Towns||299 incorporated municipalities, consisting of cities, towns, and villages|
|County population in 2019||160,628|
The Mississippi Department of Health will begin accepting applications for facility licensing 120 days from the passing of the Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act. The process will open for a 30 day application window beginning in June of 2022.
The qualifying conditions for Mississippi’s medical cannabis program are:
In June of 2022 the Mississippi Department of Health plans to accept license applications for the following license types.
Dispensaries will be licensed separately through the Mississippi Department of Revenue.
Cannabis cultivation is the process of growing cannabis within a regulated environment for the consumption via a medical or adult-use cannabis program. Generally cultivation refers to the agricultural activities associated with the propagation and growing of cannabis. Cannabis processing is when you manufacture finished cannabis products, packaging of dried flowers or manufacture and package cannabis-based products (i.e. extracts, edibles, and topicals). To be able to produce cannabis and cannabis derived products commercially a specific license is required, requirements depend on the state in which you are locating this business.
Yes and although Mississippi’s cannabis program is yet to begin, some cities have already started to ban cannabis in their jurisdiction. At this time there is not a list of the cities that have opted out.