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Canadian Cannabis Regulator Recalls Incorrectly Labeled Flower

By Leo Bear-McGuinness

Published: Apr 04, 2023   
Cannabis flower.

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The Canadian cannabis regulator has recalled 1,442 flower products because they were incorrectly labeled.

In a notice published on March 30, Health Canada said it was recalling two lots of Pure Sunfarms Corp.’s “Original Fraser Valley Weed Co. B.C. Sour Kush” dried cannabis because the products’ labels had incorrect cannabinoid values; the THC labelled is lower than the actual THC, according to Health Canada.

The recalled products were sold between March 14 to March 24, 2023, throughout Ontario.

To date, Pure Sunfarms Corp and Health Canada have not received any complaints related to the recalled lots, nor has either organization received any adverse reaction reports for the recalled cannabis product lots.

A photograph of the affected product, Original Fraser Valley Weed Co. B.C. Sour Kush. Image credit: Health Canada.

Any consumer with an affected product in their possession has been advised to contact the retail store where the product was purchased if they wish to return it.


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