Greater than 330,000 hashish meals packages have been recalled due to suspected mildew

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There is concern that, in certain individuals, exposure to the mold “may lead to allergic symptoms such as sneezing, coughing, wheezing, runny nose or nasal congestion, and watery or itchy eyes”. In addition, exposure can “have temporary adverse health effects when the likelihood of serious adverse health effects is low.”

The notice indicated that anything that was opened should be safely discarded. /. Photo of Consumer Product Recall Notice

The notice emphasizes that “Consumers should stop using this product immediately and return any unopened product to the retailer from whom the product was purchased.” Anything that was opened should be disposed of safely.

There have also been other recalls in the past few weeks.

At the beginning of last month, Agro-Greens Natural Products Ltd. Also the subject of a recall for a batch of its dried cannabis North Black Black Cherry Punch on suspected mold. The company had received four complaints regarding the recalled lot, which saw 752 units sold December 4-23, 2020.

The January 7 recall notification stated that the product was sold through five provincial authorized retailers in Saskatchewan and registered medical customers. The same health precautions were taken as indicated in the rubbers on Haven St.

Dried flower products were sold through five provincial approved retailers in Saskatchewan. Photo of Consumer Product Recall Notice

And on January 22nd, three types of all-in-one disposable cannabis vape pens were recalled from HEXO due to a mechanical problem. The company said it had “received three reports of incidents and no reports of injuries in Canada or elsewhere,” the recall notice read.

The recalled products contain a mechanical defect that can cause the automatic shutdown mechanism to fail. This results in continuous battery use, which creates excessive heat in the device, which in turn can cause the pen’s plastic shell to melt, ”the press release said.

In this case, consumers were advised to “stop using the recalled products immediately and return them to the point of sale for a full refund”.

“The recalled products contain a mechanical defect that can cause the automatic shutdown mechanism to fail.” /. Photo of Consumer Product Recall Notice

Around 100,132 units were sold in Canada from May 2020 to January 2021.

Canada’s Consumer Product Safety Act “prohibits recalled products from being given, sold, or even given away in Canada,” the statement said.

From March 30, 2012 to January 29, 2021, healthcanadians.gc.ca posted 40 recall notifications and safety warnings related to cannabis on the website.

The guidelines published by the federal government on the voluntary recall of cannabis contain “Information on the requirements of the Cannabis Act and the Cannabis Ordinance with regard to the voluntary recall of cannabis and cannabis products”.

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