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Marijuana products sold in Detroit, Kalamazoo and Lansing recalled

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Michigan regulators are recalling marijuana products sold at dispensaries in Detroit and Kalamazoo after failing lab tests for mold and bacteria.

The products were sold at the Green Mile on Eight Mile Road in Detroit and Compassionate Care by Design in Kalamazoo.

Additionally, regulators announced late Friday the recall of marijuana sold in Lansing because of chemical and bacterial contamination.

The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) issued two safety and health advisories for the items sold between Dec. 18 and Jan. 3 at the Green Mile in Detroit and Dec. 12 and 29 at Compassionate Care by Design in Kalamazoo.

 


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Products recalled at the Detroit dispensary include Gelato, Superman OG, Mimosa, and Girl Scout Cookies. The Gelato and Girl Scout Cookies items failed the lab testing for yeast and mold, while Superman failed for chemical residue. Bile-tolerant gram-negative bacteria and coliforms were the cause for the recall of the Mimosa strain.

Items recalled at the Kalamazoo dispensary include Critical Cali, GMO, Silver Haze, Girl Scout Cookies, Critical Kush, Blueberry, Skunk #1, Chunk D, Amnesia Lemon Kush, Purple Punch, and Special Kush.

 

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