A licensed producer of medical cannabis in British Columbia has recalled 28 kilograms of dried marijuana it produced a year ago after an unauthorized pesticide was found in one of its samples, making it the seventh LP to recall MMJ this year.
Broken Coast Cannabis, of Ladysmith, Vancouver Island, issued the voluntary recall for three lots of dried marijuana that were produced between June and July 2016.
It’s a Type III recall, meaning affected products are unlikely to cause adverse health consequences. Health Canada said it hasn’t received any reports of adverse reactions.
Following Health Canada’s initial inspection at
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