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Canadian Cannabis Regulator Recalls Pre-Rolls Due to Incorrect Labels

By Leo Bear-McGuinness

Published: Feb 07, 2023   
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The Canadian cannabis regulator has recalled 1,632 pre-roll products because they were incorrectly labeled.

In a notice published on January 31, Health Canada said it was recalling all the affected Spinach Feelz Tropical Diesel CBG (Chill Bliss) infused pre-rolls sold by Peace Naturals Project Inc. because their labels had incorrect cannabinoid values; the total cannabigerol (CBG) labeled is reportedly lower than the actual total CBG in the products.

The recalled products were sold between December 19, 2022, and January 23, 2023.

To date, neither Peace Naturals Project Inc. nor Health Canada has received any complaints or reports of adverse reactions related to the recalled lot, according to the notice.

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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