Canadian Cannabis Regulator Recalls Two Pre-Roll Products For Inflated THC Labels
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The Canadian cannabis regulator has recalled two different pre-roll products because they were both incorrectly labeled with higher THC values than the products truly contained.
In two notices published on April 18, Health Canada said it was recalling one lot of Spinach Kiwi Lime Punch pre-rolls (sold by Peace Naturals Project Inc.) and another lot of Harts Charlottes Angel pre-rolls (sold by Medz Cannabis Inc.).
According to the regulator, the labels on both products included incorrect cannabinoid values. In both cases, the labelled THC values were higher than the actual THC values in the products.
Peace Naturals Project Inc. had reportedly received one complaint related to the incorrect cannabinoid values on its product’s label, but no other complaints or reports of adverse reactions have been recorded.
Twenty units of Peace Natural’s Spinach Kiwi Lime Punch pre-rolls were sold throughout Alberta between March 24 and April 4 this year, while 240 units of Medz Cannabis’ Harts Charlottes’ Angel pre-rolls were sold throughout Saskatchewan between February 27 and April 17.
Any consumers of either pre-roll that wish to return their product have been advised to contact the retail store where the product was purchased.