Franwell has withdrawn its bid to be Washington state’s provider of seed-to-sale tracking software and has been replaced by runner-up MJ Freeway.
According to the Washington State Liquor Control Board, the state will now schedule a product demonstration with a technology advisory panel and begin contract negotiations with MJ Freeway. The state’s deadline for replacing previous traceability provider BioTrackTHC is Oct. 31, 2017.
“We are taking the necessary steps now to ensure a smooth transition from the current system to the new one,” the state said in a news release.
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