Add Inventory: Concentrates

This article will explain how to add concentrate items to your inventory.

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Written by Marcus
Updated over a week ago

Concentrates typically refer to processed cannabis products such as hash, wax, shatter, etc. Before you can begin adding the product into Flowhub, you must add the Concentrate product to the product list in "Company Management."

How to Add Concentrates to Inventory

For a quick tutorial on how to add concentrates to inventory in Flowhub Classic, watch this video:

  1. In Flowhub Classic, select "Inventory" from the left-hand navigation menu.

  2. Select the plus sign "+" in the upper right-hand corner of the main page.

  3. This will launch the "Add New Inventory" window. Select "Concentrates" from the "Category" drop-down menu.

  4. This will update the available options.

    Note: Your options may differ based on local compliance requirements. For example, METRC states will require a "Package ID," but states that don't use METRC will not require a package ID.

  5. You will need to enter in all required fields, which are designated by an asterisk (*).

  6. Once all of the "Concentrate Details" have been entered, you can assign the items to a room.

    • Enter the amount of product in "Quantity," choose the "Room," and select "Add Item."

    • This will populate the item to the right, which means the items are ready to be saved.

  7. Once all items have been added to the appropriate rooms, you can select "Save & Close" to save the items and close the window or "Save and Add Another," which will save the items and open a new window for you to add a new inventory item.

Concentrate Details

  • Category: Selecting "Concentrates" will update the window with the required fields for concentrates for your location.

  • Package Tag: Requirement only for states using METRC. Enter the METRC tag number here. If in a state without this requirement, this area will not be required.

  • Batch #: Some states require the batch number of the product. If asterisked, then the field is required. If not, then this field is optional. The batch number can vary but is typically created by the supplier or METRC.

  • Batch Date: This is the date of the product's creation. This field can mean anything from cultivation to processing date but, in this instance, usually reflects the date the concentrate was packaged.

  • Supplier License: This will allow you to connect the product to a specific supplier in "Company Management." If the supplier is not listed in the drop-down, that means they have not yet been added for the license type.

  • Product Name: This is where the product built in the "Product" area of "Company Management" will be connected to the product.

  • Invoice #: This allows you to assign an invoice number to the product. This can help your company better track purchases and shipments made to the store.

  • Reporting Unit of Measure: This section is specific to METRC reporting users. This section allows you to submit how the product pulls in a METRC CSV report, whether reported as "Each" or "Grams."

  • Cost/Unit: How much does the product cost per "Gram" or per "Each" unit.

  • Price: The price the customer will pay (pretax). The post-tax will update to show the out-the-door price to customers.

  • Expiration Date: Typically required for edibles and processed cannabis products that expire.

  • Serving Size: If applicable. Some states have a different definition of concentrates and may be required to enter a serving size.

  • Terpene: Some states require terpene profiles. This section can be helpful for budtenders to explain the flavor profile of the product better.

  • Quantity/Room: This section will allow you to assign the package to rooms. You can assign all products to one room or multiple.

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