Colorado issued another pesticide-related recall of marijuana, its fourth in less than a week, affecting Golden pot shop Rocky Mountain Organic Medicine.
Colorado health and agriculture officials issued a health and safety advisory Tuesday on pesticide-laced marijuana cultivated by XG Platinum Corporation.
Colorado marijuana regulators announced Friday they have put a large but undisclosed number of plants and products on hold from two cultivation facilities over concerns they were treated with unapproved pesticides. It’s the first such action by a state agency; previous recalls have been undertaken by the city of Denver only.
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
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The city of Denver issued its largest-yet recall of pot products on Wednesday, involving nearly 100,000 packages of edibles made by Mountain High Suckers.
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Marijuana business EdiPure voluntarily recalled more of its cannabis-infused edibles on Monday over concerns they contain potentially dangerous pesticides banned for use on marijuana in Colorado. The recall was EdiPure’s fourth in less than two months — and the city’s 15th in as many weeks.
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.
Denver marijuana business Advanced Medical Alternatives is voluntarily recalling 27 cartridges of its THC-infused vape pen oil because they contain potentially dangerous pesticides that cannot legally be used on cannabis in Colorado.
After being slammed by a pot-infused edibles company suffering the blow of its third pesticide-related recall, a marijuana-testing laboratory in Colorado has a message it wants known: “We don’t want to see anyone in the industry have their product recalled or quarantined,” Gobi Analytical said in a statement released to The Cannabist this week.
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.”
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Our guests on The Cannabist Show this week: Canyon Cultivation owner Morgan Iwersen and Green Mountain Solutions co-founder Courtney Meyers.
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.
Denver marijuana business Advanced Medical Alternatives is voluntarily recalling 133 individually packaged grams of cannabis concentrates because they contain potentially dangerous pesticides banned for use on pot plants in Colorado. It’s the city’s 11th pesticide-related recall of cannabis products in three months.
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.
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The city of Denver announced the ninth marijuana recall in 10 weeks on Wednesday — this one for more than 12,600 packages of Gaia’s Garden infused edibles.
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.
Gov. John Hickenlooper on Thursday issued an executive order telling state agencies that any marijuana grown with unapproved pesticides is a threat to public safety and should be removed from commerce and destroyed.
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