Michigan licensing officials issued what is likely the largest cannabis recall in the state ever on November 17th. The Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) recalled all cannabis flower products that passed safety testing at Viridis Laboratories between August 10 and November 16. The exact quantity of impacted products has not been released by the MRA.
The MRA called lab test results “inaccurate and/or unreliable," but provided no further explanation as to why the agency is concerned. The recall does not impact THC extracts, like vaping cartridges, resin, and distillate.
“While we strongly disagree with this decision and firmly stand by our test results, we are fully cooperating with the MRA and working closely with our customers to minimize interruptions and retest affected products at no cost,” Viridis said in a prepared statement. “We have been cleared to continue testing at both of our facilities.
The recall affects products sold at more than 400 retail locations across the state. Retailers, processors, and licensed businesses in possession of a product that was tested during the identified time frame are asked to cease sales and transfers.
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