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Colorado Recalls Flower Batch Due To Mold Concerns

The products were sold in dispensaries between September 17 and October 12.

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Sonoma Lab Works Closes

The cannabis testing lab based in Santa Rosa, California, has shut down, according to the Green Market Report.

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Canada Increases Legal Cannabis Drink Limit

Any cannabis consumer in Canada can now buy up to 48 cans of cannabis beverages – a substantial increase on the previous limit of five cans.

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SC Labs Expands Into Southern California

The lab plans to build a 12,000-square-foot facility in the Van Nuys neighborhood of Los Angeles.

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Yet Another California Lawsuit Alleges That a Cannabis Company Exaggerated THC Levels of Products

The lawsuit follows two others, both filed recently by the same law firm, that claimed other companies in California had exaggerated the levels of THC on the packaging of their pre-rolls.

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Wendi Young on Cannabinoid Testing in Extracts

Young told the recent Analytical Cannabis Expo Europe Online 2022 audience of the importance of stability testing and how to properly conduct shelf stability studies that are effective for a wide variety of cannabis products.

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New Study Finds Metal Particles in Unused Cannabis Vape Liquids

Even unused cannabis vape pens may contain metal particles, according to a new study led by researchers at the National Research Council of Canada.

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Oregon Regulator Recalls THC Extracts Due to Pesticide Concerns

The recall affects 9,300 product units that are still on the market and 13,600 units that were sold to consumers.

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In New York, 40% of Illicit Cannabis Products Contain Contaminants, Report Finds

In a new report published on November 30, local cannabis advocacy groups claim that many of these products are dangerous.

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