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Nevada Cannabis Regulator Revokes a Company’s License and Advise Public to Avoid its Products

Published: Nov 10, 2021   

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Nevada Cannabis Regulator Revokes a Company’s License and Advise Public to Avoid its Products

Leo Bear-McGuinness
Science Writer & Editor

The Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board (CCB) has voted unanimously to remove the license of a cannabis goods producer, Kindibles, LLC, citing the threat it poses to public health and safety.

The company reportedly added thousands of products to its production run after testing.

As per state cannabis regulations, the addition of a cannabis product should be considered a new production run, which requires an additional lab test.


No more nuggz

According to a new release from the CCB, agents from the board visited the production facility of Kindibles, LLC, located in Clark County on October 20. Along with the thousands of added products post-testing, the agents also found products in the company’s vault that weren’t logged in the state’s seed-to-sale tracking system.

These offences resulted in the CCB issuing a public health and safety bulletin on November 5, advising customers patients “to avoid or take caution when consuming the cannabis product which is the subject of this notice.”

The products included:

  • KoKo Nuggz Chocolate Chip - 100mg - 10pk
  • KoKo Nuggz Kushberry- 100mg - 10pk
  • KoKo Nuggz Peanut Butter - 100mg - 10pk
  • KoKo Nuggz Red Velvet Cake- 100mg - 10pk
  • KoKo Nuggz Kushberry- 100mg - 10pk
  • KoKo Nuggz Peanut Butter - 100mg - 10pk
  • KoKo Nuggz Birthday Cake- 100mg - 10pk
  • KoKo Nuggz Red Velvet Cake- 100mg - 10pk
  • KoKo Nuggz Cookies & Cream- 100mg - 10pk
  • KoKo Nuggz Churro- 100mg - 10pk
  • KoKo Nuggz Chocolate Chip - 100mg - 10pk
  • KoKo Nuggz Cookies & Cream- 100mg - 10pk
  • KoKo Nuggz OG Kush- 100mg - 10pk
  • KoKo Nuggz OG Kush- 100mg - 10pk

According to the CCB, there are no known reports of illness from consuming the above products. The investigation is ongoing and may result in additional public health and safety bulletins.

In response to its suspension, Kindibles is required to submit a plan of correction to the CCB for approval within ten business days in order to lift the order, and shall not resume operations until the CCB has confirmed the deficiencies identified have been corrected.

The CCB became the official regulator of the state’s cannabis industry last July, three years after state recreational use was legalized.

 

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