The Michigan Cannabis Regulatory Agency on Tuesday, February 21, suspended TAS Asset Holdings, a cannabis processing business in Lansing that’s accused of using illicit cannabis in products it manufactured.
The CRA plans to revoke the company’s licenses that allow it to process cannabis into products for sale in both the medical and recreational cannabis retail markets, a press release issued by the agency said.
The CRA also issued a bulletin warning consumers that TAS Asset Holdings’ manufactured Fwaygo Extracts brand Space Rocks, which is cannabis flower coated with THC isolate to increase potency, were made using illicit isolate, meaning it wasn’t licensed, tested product and may be harmful.
The CRA began looking into the business' conduct after vaping products it made failed safety testing for the presence of a banned insecticide, bifenthrin.
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