Embattled Canadian cannabis cultivator CannTrust was dealt another blow after its recreational products were yanked from the shelves of Canada’s largest marijuana retailer.
Daffyd Roderick, director of communications for the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS), the province’s online retailer and wholesale distributor, confirmed to BNN Bloomberg that CannTrust’s products weren’t available for sale.
Ontario-based CannTrust on Monday was sanctioned by Health Canada for conducting unlicensed cultivation for six months and providing inaccurate information to the federal regulator.
CannTrust’s greenhouse facility in Pelham, Ontario, received a “noncompliant” rating from Health Canada for operating five unlicensed rooms.
Soon after, CannTrust disclosed it had shipped some unlicensed medical marijuana overseas, adding an international dimension to the company’s regulatory woes.
The Ontario Cannabis Store’s Roderick declined to detail which CannTrust products were removed from the retailer’s shelves or how much was yanked.
But Roderick did confirm that the agency stopped distributing CannTrust products to authorized retailers in Ontario.
加拿大大麻种植商佳能信托( CannTrust )再次遭受打击，原因是其娱乐产品被从加拿大最大的大麻零售商的货架上撤下。
安大略省坎纳比斯商店( OCS )的通信总监达菲·罗德里克( Daffyd Roderick )向 BNN Bloomberg 证实， CannTrust 的产品无法销售。
总部位于安大略的 CannTrust 周一被加拿大卫生部批准在六个月内进行无证种植，并向联邦监管机构提供不准确的信息。
CannTrust 位于安大略省佩勒姆的温室设施因经营五间无证客房而获得加拿大卫生部( Health Canada )的“不合格”评级。
不久之后， CannTrust 披露，它已将一些未获许可的医用大麻运往海外，这为该公司的监管困境增添了一个国际层面。
安大略省大麻商店( Ontario Cannabis Store )的罗德里克( Roderick )拒绝透露佳能信托( CannTrust )的哪些产品被从这家零售商的货架上撤下，或者有多少产品被偷走。