More than CA$1M of tainted MMJ destroyed in Canada

A health scare over cannabis¬†containing a banned pesticide has led to more than a million Canadian dollars ($764,703) worth of medical marijuana being destroyed¬†and raised concerns among patients about the extent of tainted MMJ. Patient worries could potentially¬†cut into Canadian sales of medical cannabis. Health Canada has targeted two companies for greater product testing. But the government agency is not imposing that requirement on all the nation’s federally licensed MMJ producers. That has set off alarm bells among MMJ patients who fear that Health Canada has no way of knowing the potential size of the pesticide problem, the ... More than CA$1M of tainted MMJ destroyed in Canada is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs