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Canadian Regulators Recall Over 37,000 Cannabis Beverages

By Leo Bear-McGuinness

Published: Aug 31, 2022   
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Over 37,000 cannabis beverages have been recalled in Canada over fears that “pinhole leaks” could form in the aluminum cans, which could lead to leaks and a loss of carbonation.

The recall involves three batches of XMG Cola edible cannabis, a product manufactured by Truss Limited Partnership, according to a recall notice published on August 17 by Health Canada, the Canadian government department that regulates legal cannabis.

The 37,379 products were sold between April 29 and August 10 in licensed dispensaries in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, and Saskatchewan.

One of the recalled cans. 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.

To date, Truss Limited Partnership and Health Canada haven’t received any reports of adverse reactions from consumers related to the recalled products.


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