The latest voluntary recall affects more than 12,600 packages of marijuana-infused edibles made by Gaia’s Garden. According to the company, the recall came from pesticide-containing marijuana plants purchased from the TruCannabis cultivation facility. The recall marks the second time that the company has sold tainted products to consumers, with the first recall being for 8,000 edibles that took place in early November.
“The cannabis industry as a whole and the Colorado cannabis industry in particular should be leading the way in efforts to adopt and institute uniform standardized quality assurance testing for all cannabis products, both medical and recreational, including mandatory pesticide residue screening,” said Todd Denkin, CEO of DigiPath Inc. (OTCQB: DIGP), which operates a cannabis testing laboratory in Nevada under its DigiPath Labs subsidiary.
The City of Denver recently imposed new rules that require marijuana companies that recall products to use websites and social media accounts to alert customers, but stopped short of making changes…