Michigan regulators issued the first recall of medical marijuana products since the state’s new licensing and testing system went into place last year.
David Harns, spokesman for Michigan’s MMJ program, said the statewide monitoring system detected five different cannabis-infused tinctures and patches being sold at certain dispensaries that “weren’t connected to any testing result and sent out a red flag.”
While the products hadn’t been tested, they weren’t necessarily unsafe.
Choice Labs, a Jackson, Michigan, company that processed and distributed the untested batches, won’t face any fines or disciplinary action because the state attributed the mistake to a processor input error and lack of proper training in using the new seed-to-sale tracking system.
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