The Missouri Division of Cannabis Regulation has recalled a whopping 62,799 products that weren’t compliantly tracked in the state’s digital trace and trace system.
The participants felt similarly about the safety of second-hand cannabis smoke.
The regulator detected the potential contamination during a routine inspection after reviewing the product’s testing documentation.
Since March 1, any cannabis flower harvested in Oregon must be tested for heavy metals and Aspergillus fungi.
Heavy metals expert Robert Thomas explores how plastic could pose a contamination risk in cannabis operations.
Five tinctures labeled with an “outdated government warning” have been recalled in California.
New York’s Cannabis Control Board has voted to update the state’s cannabis testing regulations, including a requirement to report terpene content for medical cannabis products.
Regulators in Michigan have recalled a series of vape cartridges from the medical and adult-use markets due to the presence of a banned chemical residue.