Exclusive: Legal Highs to be off dairy shelves in two weeks by July 10th

Written by Legal Highs NZ on . Posted in Legal Highs, Synthetic Cannabis, Synthetic Cannabis News

Synthetic Cannabis and Legal Highs are to be banned from sale in all dairies and convenience stores on Wednesday the 10th of July.

This means that Tuesday the 9th of July will officially be the LAST day of sale. There will be NO grace period for dairies selling legal highs.

Adult Stores, Head Shops, Online Shops and any ‘non-dairy’ retail outlet (that meets the requirements of the new psychoactive substances bill) may apply for a license to continue to sell licensed synthetic cannabis and legal highs from registered manufactures. These stores will have up to 28 days grace period while they apply for their retail license to continue to sell such products.

There will be strict regulations on all retail stores selling legal highs from Wednesday the 10th of July. Legal Highs may NOT be sold from a moving vehicle or temporary premise either. Dairies and non licensed retail outlets will be asked to dispose of their excess stock.

More information will be available here on legalhighs.co.nz as it becomes available. Expect a press release by the Minister some time next week.

We will provide you with information on how to register your retail outlet and how to sell legal highs legally!

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