Canadian grower switches CEOs after tainted MMJ recall

A major Canadian medical marijuana cultivation company changed CEOs, two days after announcing it could not find the source of the pesticide contamination┬áthat forced it to recall tainted cannabis and revamp its operating procedures. It’s the second case of CEO turnover at a Canadian MMJ grower linked to contaminated medical cannabis. Organigram, a federally licensed grower based in Moncton, New Brunswick, announced this week that Denis Arsenault would be replaced as CEO by former Tilray chief Greg Engel, the Globe and Mail reported. Engel will take the reins March 13. Arsenault will become executive chairman of ... Canadian grower switches CEOs after tainted MMJ recall is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs