Michigan Regulators Recall 10,000 Cannabis Edibles Due to Inspection Error
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Authorities in Michigan have issued a mandatory recall order for 10,000 cannabis-infused edibles after it was found that the products went through unauthorized testing.
As reported by MLive.com, the 10,000 products, called Covert Cups, were processed at 3843 Euclid LLC, a company which also operates out of the Bay City area.
These edibles were then sold to more than 40 retailers across Michigan, a list of which can be found here.
An investigation by the Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) is still ongoing and may result in further recalls.
In its recall notice, the MRA advised that any consumers who have these products in their possession should return them to the retailer where they were purchased for proper disposal. Any consumers who have experienced any adverse symptoms after using these products should report them to their physician and to the MRA via email (MRA-Enforcement@michigan.gov).
Retailers are also required to notify customers about the recall and display the recall notice in the store for 30 days.
This isn’t the first time that 3843 Euclid has faced a recall notice from the MRA. Back in August of 2020, the Michigan cannabis regulator recalled nearly 3,200 pre-rolls from 14 locations across the state following a “confirmed complaint regarding pre-rolls contaminated with human saliva.”