Cannabis rules for all businesses
Smoking or vaping in businesses
Minnesota law bans all indoor smoking. You can download a smoke free patio sign for your business.
- No smoking or vaping is allowed in:
- Indoor bars or restaurants
- Other indoor public places
- The Minnesota Clean Indoor Air Act bans indoor smoking. This includes cannabis use.
- Download a no smoking sign for a business
- The Office of Cannabis Management has guidance for adult consumers. See guidance for adult consumers
- Outdoor, on-site consumption may be allowed at some licensed cannabis businesses in the future. These licenses are not yet available.
Lower potency hemp products
A bar or restaurant with an on-sale alcohol license can sell lower potency hemp products for on-site consumption.
- THC seltzers
If you have an on-sale license
You may also sell lower-potency hemp products for on-site consumption.
If you do not have an on-sale license
Contact Business Licensing if you would like to sell lower potency hemp products for on-site consumption.
If you already sell lower potency hemp products
As of July 1, 2023, businesses that sell cannabinoid products must register with the Minnesota Department of Revenue.
- Register to make sure we collect cannabis taxes.
- Register with the Department of Revenue
As of October 1, 2023, all businesses that sell lower potency hemp products must register with the Minnesota Department of Health.
- There are no fees to register your business.
- Register with the Department of Health
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