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Missouri Regulator Recalls 62,000 Cannabis Products

By Leo Bear-McGuinness

Published: Aug 16, 2023   
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The Missouri Division of Cannabis Regulation (DCR) has recalled a whopping 62,799 products that weren’t compliantly tracked in the state’s digital trace and trace system.

All products were made by Delta Extraction, LLC.

In a press notice published on August 14, the DCR said it had not received any reports of adverse reactions related to the products.

“Patients and consumers who have purchased the recalled product should discontinue use,” the DCR wrote in its notice.

“All unused product(s) should be discarded or returned to the dispensary where purchased. Returned products will not count toward a patient’s purchase limit. For more information on returns, please contact the dispensary where the product was purchased.”

Any cannabis consumer experiencing adverse reactions from any of the recalled products has been urged to seek immediate medical attention and report their symptoms to the DCR (CannabisComplaints@health.mo.gov).


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