A voluntary recall has been issued for some of Canopy Growth’s entire flower cannabis brand “LBS Sunset.”
The recall, which all provinces and territories in Canada have been created conscious of, entails incorrect labeling.
According to the firm, the incorrect labels list:
- THC levels significantly less than .07%, when it must be .40%.
- CBD levels of .40% when it must be significantly less than .07%.
- Total CBD level of significantly less than .07% when it must study .08%.
“All these numbers round down to zero,” a firm spokesperson told Marijuana Organization Everyday. “We are extremely sorry for the inconvenience, and we want to assure shoppers that the dried flower itself is the 23% THC level it was labelled as.”
This is the eighth solution recall since Canada legalized cannabis in October 2018 – and Canopy’s initial in that time. No recall notices had been posted in the nine months prior.
The other seven recalls had been a outcome of labeling errors, mold or record-maintaining problems with production documents.
Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Commission (AGLC) – the regulator of adult-use cannabis in the province – is asking retailers to get rid of the recalled solutions from shop shelves, mark it “Do Not Sell – Recalled Product” and set it aside till additional guidelines are issued by the agency.
According to the AGLC, the lot and SKU quantity are SUN8213TSB and CNB006003620, respectively.
Canopy’s shares trade on the New York Stock Exchange below the ticker symbol CGC and on the Toronto Stock Exchange as WEED.
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