Fri. Sep 29th, 2023
The Missouri Division of Cannabis Regulation has issued a mandatory product recall for manufactured products sold by Delta Extraction, LLC, to dispensaries and manufacturers.
A release by the division of cannabis says the recalled products sold by the infused product manufacturer were not compliantly tracked in the statewide track and trace system.
The tracking system is used to verify that the products came from marijuana grown in Missouri or that the product passed required testing prior to being sold at dispensaries.
Patients and consumers who have purchased the products should discontinue use and throw it away or return it to the dispensary where it was purchased.
The returned products will not count toward a patient’s purchase limit.
The recall, which affects nearly 63-thousand marijuana products, was issued despite no adverse reactions for the products being reported at this time.
Full details can be found below:
Missouri Division of Cannabis Regulation (DCR) issued a product recall today for manufactured products sold to dispensaries and manufacturers by infused product manufacturer, Delta Extraction, LLC, MAN000022. Pursuant to 19 CSR 100-1.100(4)(P), the DCR may issue a public notice of recall where marijuana product presents a potential threat to health and safety. No adverse reactions for this product have been reported to the DCR at this time.
The recalled products were not compliantly tracked in the statewide track and trace system, METRC, to allow the DCR to verify that the products came from marijuana grown in Missouri or that the product passed required testing prior to being sold at dispensaries.
The list of recalled products is located at Cannabis.Mo.Gov.
Patients and consumers who have purchased the recalled product should stop using it. All unused product(s) should be discarded or returned to the dispensary where purchased. Returned products will not count toward a patient’s purchase limit. For more information on returns, please contact the dispensary where the product was purchased.
Anyone who thinks that they may be experiencing adverse reactions should seek immediate medical attention. Patients and consumers are reminded that any adverse reactions should be reported by emailing CannabisComplaints@health.mo.gov or filling out a complaint form located here.
General Consumer Safety & Education
While the adult-use cannabis program was built based on guidelines approved by Missouri voters, DHSS, as the state’s public health authority, asks consumers to consume cannabis with caution. Adult consumers are encouraged to review the health effects of cannabis prior to consuming. Some important points of caution include the following:
Children, adults and pets can mistake marijuana products, particularly edibles, for regular food or candy. Consuming marijuana can make children very sick. They may have problems walking or sitting up or may have a hard time breathing. If you have concerns of possible poisoning, call the Missouri Poison Center at 800-222-1222, or 911 if it is an emergency.