State marijuana regulators on Friday announced a large recall of medical cannabis grown with unapproved pesticides and sold by Life Flower Dispensary.
Colorado cannabis regulators on Friday issued their 15th and 16th marijuana recalls in six weeks — placing on hold recreational and medical cannabis grown by two Sticky Buds locations and one former Sticky Buds location now owned by Northern Lights Cannabis Co., over concerns the plants were grown with unapproved pesticides.
Colorado issued another pesticide-related recall of marijuana, its fourth in less than a week, affecting Golden pot shop Rocky Mountain Organic Medicine.
Marijuana edibles company EdiPure on Tuesday voluntarily recalled more than 35,000 packages of its products because of the presence of potentially dangerous pesticides — and the business is also taking aim at the pot-testing lab used by the city of Denver, calling the lab’s pesticide testing methodology “dubious at best.”
Colorado’s most recent pesticide recalls of pot edibles, the state’s biggest to date, involve nearly 30,000 packages of EdiPure and Gaia’s Garden products.
The Colorado Department of Revenue has issued a safety and health advisory after potentially unsafe pesticide residues were found on certain medical marijuana plant material and products.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission issued its first recall of recreational marijuana after samples were found to contain above-limit pesticide residue.
Hundreds of batches of Colorado marijuana that months ago tested positive for banned pesticides have been re-tested by the state and released to return to the marketplace.
Denver marijuana business Caregivers For Life is facing its second recall in four months over concerns its products are tainted with pesticides not approved for use on cannabis.
Colorado cannabis regulators on Tuesday issued their 17th pot recall in seven weeks — placing on hold recreational cannabis grown by Acme Healing Center of Ridgway, over concerns the plants were grown with unapproved pesticides.
Colorado cannabis regulators last week issued their 14th marijuana recall in less than five weeks — placing on hold medical cannabis grown by FireHouse Organics, over concerns the plants were grown with unapproved pesticides.
In Colorado’s 13th pesticide-based recall of marijuana in less than a month, 23 batches of pot grown by La Conte’s Clone Bar are put on hold.
State marijuana regulators Thursday announced a massive recall of retail pot treated with unapproved pesticides by MGI Inc. in Denver, whose cultivation facilities operate under the name Kindman. MGI owner Ryan Fox said his company “absolutely has not used this pesticide in production,” and is challenging the recall.
Colorado cannabis regulators on Monday recalled marijuana grown by RR Services and Advanced Medical Alternatives over pesticide concerns.
Colorado recalled marijuana grown by two prominent Boulder County cannabis companies — The Farm and Headquarters Cannabis Co. — over pesticide concerns.
Colorado regulators recalled 25 strains of medical marijuana produced and sold by Artisanal Medicinals in Denver over pesticide concerns .
For the fifth time in less than a week Colorado recalled pot over pesticide concerns, this time from pot shops High Street Growers and Back to the Garden.
Denver marijuana shop Generation Health has voluntarily recalled more than 2,600 vape pens and concentrates over the presence of potentially dangerous pesticides, according to the city of Denver’s Department of Environmental Health.
The city of Denver has released more than 28,000 packages of marijuana-infused edibles back into the market after recalling the products late last year when they tested positive for pesticides that are banned for use on cannabis. FULL REPORT
Denver marijuana business Caregivers for Life is voluntarily recalling 2,299 individual one-gram syringes of cannabis concentrates that contain potentially unsafe pesticides, according to Denver’s Department of Environmental Health.
The city of Denver issued its 14th pesticide-rooted recall on marijuana products in as many weeks on Wednesday — this time involving the voluntary recall of certain Caviar Kings-branded pre-rolled joints and hash oil-loaded vape pen cartridges made by Neos.
Do you have any pesticide-peppered pot in your stash? Find out here: An updated list of all marijuana companies going through product recalls in Colorado.
For the 10th time in three months, a Colorado marijuana company is voluntarily recalling pot products because they contain potentially dangerous pesticides. Denver-based marijuana company EdiPure is recalling 7,770 packages of pot-infused edibles because they were made with contaminated hash oil.
More than 2,300 packages of marijuana concentrates are being voluntarily recalled from Colorado pot shops because they contain potentially dangerous pesticides banned for use on cannabis.
Thousands of marijuana-infused products, recently recalled in Denver over concerns they contain unapproved pesticides, will likely be destroyed in light of the governor’s order to label them a public safety hazard.