Michigan Regulator Recalls Cannabis Edibles That Exceeded Allowable THC Levels
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Regulators in Michigan have recalled a series of cannabis edibles due to their high THC levels and non-compliant packaging.
In a press notice published on September 27, the state’s Cannabis Regulatory Agency (CRA) announced it was voluntarily recalling the Big Apple, Uptown Espresso, Paradise Island, and Auntie’s Punch edible treats produced by Viola.
“During an investigation, the licensee was unable to demonstrate that the product was homogenous,” the CRA wrote in the notice.
“In addition, the product exceeds the maximum allowable THC concentration per serving.”
Anyone in possession of the recalled products has been advised to return them to their location-of-purchase for proper disposal.
The CRA says any consumers who have experienced adverse reactions to the Viola products should report their symptoms to their healthcare providers and the CRA.
A full list of the dispensaries affected by the recall can be found in the press notice.