This article will guide you through adding concentrates to your product catalog. This article provides best practices for adding edibles to your product catalog that benefit dispensaries with multiple locations or integrate with an online menu.

For more information on adding concentrates to your product catalog, watch the video below:

  1. Navigate to company management.

    • The manage menu is extended and location management and company management are shown.
  2. Select the plus button at the top right of the screen.

  3. Select edibles from the product category dropdown menu.

  4. Enter the brand.

  5. Enter the name of your product.

    • It is best to follow the same naming conventions across all your stores. This will help identify items in the cashier app and make transfers between stores seamless. For example, if your naming conventions are brand, strain, type, and total weight, your item would look like “Flowhub Bubba Kush Shatter 1g”.

  6. Enter a Product type.

    • This acts as a subcategory in the concentrates category. This will allow you to set up specials based on type, filter reports and make it easier to search for items in your inventory. Types can include shatter, wax, budder, etc.

  7. Set a Default par level.

    • This is the minimum number of items you want to have in stock before replenishing your stock.

    • You can set location-based par levels by selecting "Add Another Location-based Par Level," and check-marking the location(s) the par level applies to.

    • Location based par level options are shown
  8. Add a product image.

    • This will appear in Cashier and on integrated online menus.

  9. Add a description of your product.

    • This will also appear in Cashier and on integrated online menus.

  10. Enter the serving size of the product.

    • You can enter the serving size THC, Total mg of THC, and total mg of CBD, if required, for your item.

  11. Indicate whether or not the item is childproof.

  12. Set your default cost and price.

    • You can set location-based prices by selecting "Add Another Location-based Price" and check-marking the location(s) the price applies to.

    • Location-based Price options
  13. Select Add Product.

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