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Cannabis Tinctures Recalled in California Due to Labelling Issue

By Leo Bear-McGuinness

Published: Jul 26, 2023   
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Five tinctures labeled with an “outdated government warning” have been recalled in California.

According to a voluntary recall notice published by the state’s Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) on July 14, the outdated warning informs consumers that marijuana is a scheduled 1 substance and should be kept out of reach of animals and children.

The affected products were manufactured by Last Minute Ventures, LLC.

The five products are branded “Grape Drink”, “Strawblurry”, “OG Watermelon”, “Horchata”, and “Mango Mochi”.

Batch number details can be found in the recall notice.

The cannabis recall is the second in California this year. Batches of Cann-brand beverages were recalled in May due to concerns the cans were over-pressurized.


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