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Recall issued for medical cannabis products in South Dakota

The South Dakota Medical Cannabis Program (SDMCP) has requested a voluntary product recall because of allegations of the risk to health and safety for products from 605 Cannabis doing business as Badlands.

"Badlands is cooperating with the recall request. However, it is important for dispensaries to understand the reasons for the request."

"We have alleged that a failure to test product, mislabeling, contamination, the lack of inventory tracking, and the failure to have licenses for edible products pose a risk to the health and safety of the products sold by Badlands."

Dispensary establishments shall contact and inform all medical cannabis patients that may have purchased any of the above product notifying them of the recall. Dispensaries may contact the Department with specific patient information, and the Department will send an individual notice of recall.

Patients who have this affected medical cannabis in their possession should destroy it or return it to the dispensary from which it was purchased for proper disposal. Patients who experience adverse health effects from consuming any recalled medical cannabis should seek medical attention immediately.

For more information:
South Dakota Medical Cannabis Program 

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