It seems as though news of recalls related to specific batches of bad marijuana from licensed Canadian producers has been coming in more frequently than marijuana investors and consumers would like to see.
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On Aug. 21, 2017, the Denver Department of Environmental Health announced that Dixie Elixirs had six cannabis products recalled because they had not been made with food grade essential oils.
DENVER, Aug. 21, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — Dixie Brands, Inc. (Dixie), the owner of Dixie Elixirs and Edibles, makers of cannabis-infused consumable and topical products, today announced that its Colorado manufacturer, Left Bank LLC, has issued a recall for six of its products.
Canada’s biggest licensed marijuana producer, Canopy Growth, plans to subject its products to enhanced testing for pesticides and other contaminants, as the industry seeks to restore consumer confidence amid a tainted cannabis scare.
On March 18, 2017, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission announced that it had issued a recall on nine pounds of marijuana flower produced by Emerald Wave Estate and sold by Buds 4 U in Mapleton due to the presence of unsafe levels of pesticide residue.
PORTLAND, Ore., March 18, 2017 /Weed Wire/ – The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is issuing an immediate health and safety advisory due to the identification of potentially unsafe pesticide residue on retail plant material produced from marijuana cultivated by Emerald Wave Estate, LLC.
On Feb. 7, 2017, Health Canada announced that it is going to start random testing of medical marijuana produced by all of the country’s licensed producers in an attempt to ensure patients aren’t being exposed to contaminated products.
While non-food-contact surfaces are critical to the form and function of a facility for edibles, food-contact surfaces are at the frontline of food safety. Equipment purchases have to ensure hygienic design and permit efficient disassembly for cleaning, scrubbing, inspecting and sanitizing.
On Jan. 19, 2017, Green Man Cannabis in Denver voluntarily recalled marijuana flower and products due to samples containing off-label pesticide residues.
Further details of recall revealed that there has been a detection of an unwanted pesticide, which is not registered for use on marijuana, under the Pest Control Products Act.
MONCTON, New Brunswick, Dec. 30, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — Licensed medical marijuana producer Organigram Holdings Inc. (TSX VENTURE:OGI)(OTCQB:OGRMF) (“Organigram” or the “Company”) is voluntarily recalling certain lots of medical marijuana which were supplied between August and December 2016 due to the detection of amounts of an unapproved pesticide not registered for use on marijuana under the Pest Control Products Act.
SEATTLE (AP) — While Denver has recalled 19 pot products in as many weeks over pesticide issues, no such recalls have affected Washington state in the 18 months that pot sales have been legal.
On Dec. 30, 2015, the city of Denver announced that Mountain High Suckers, a Denver-based manufacturer of marijuana-infused products, voluntarily recalled almost 100,000 units after product samples tested positive for potentially unsafe levels of pesticide residues.
Advanced Medical Alternatives, a Denver-based company, has issued a voluntary recall of 27 cartridges of THC-infused vape pen oil because of the presence of potentially dangerous pesticides.
On Dec. 3, 2015, Advanced Medical Alternatives, a Denver-based marijuana company, issued a voluntary recall of approximately 133 units of concentrates from three different products after testing showed the products had unsafe levels of pesticides.
On Oct. 14, 2015, Denver’s Department of Environmental Health announced that two Colorado marijuana cultivation companies, TruCannabis and its subsidiary, Colorado Care Facility, had issued a voluntary recall on dozens of their products.