The Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency has issued a recall for many cannabis products in the state due to inaccurate and unreliable test results.
Retailers must pull almost all products, except for inhalable cannabis concentrate products, tested by compliance facilities Viridis North, LLC and Viridis Laboratories LLC between Aug. 10 and Nov. 16. Cannabis inhalable products include:
All retail locations that have sold such products must display the MRA’s recall on the sales floor and ensure it is visible to all consumers for 30 days from the date the notice was issued.
Licensees that have products in their inventory that fit the criteria have the following options:
If a licensee opts out to send back or retest a product, they must “create new METRC packages with new METRC identification numbers prior to transferring or submitting the products for testing,” the notice states.
Additionally, consumers who have purchased a product that meets the criteria can return it to the location of purchase for proper disposal. Consumers who have experienced adverse reactions from consuming such products should report their symptoms to a physician and the MRA by email: MRAEnforcement@michigan.gov or phone: 517-284-8599, the notice states.
According to the notice, the MRA is still investigating. For additional information and questions, contact MRA at MRACompliance@michigan.gov.
Uber has taken its first step into the cannabis market, several months after Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshah told CNBC that the company would “absolutely” consider cannabis delivery in the U.S., depending on regulation.
The ride-hailing company has partnered with Canada-based cannabis retailer Tokyo Smoke to offer online cannabis ordering in Ontario, Canada, through the Uber Eats app.
Beginning early next week, Uber Eats will list Tokyo Smoke's products under a section labeled "cannabis" within the app. Consumers will then be able to place an order for pick up at the nearest Toyko Smoke store in Ontario, a spokesperson told CNN Business. At this time, consumers cannot purchase such products for delivery.
It is currently unclear whether the company has plans to expand online cannabis ordering across Canada or within the U.S.
"We will continue to watch regulations and opportunities closely market by market," the Uber spokesperson told CNN Business. "And as local and federal laws evolve, we will explore opportunities with merchants who operate in other regions.”
零售商必须在8月10日至11月16日期间撤出几乎所有产品，除了可吸入大麻浓缩物产品，由合规机构Viridis North,LLC和Viridis Laboratories LLC进行测试。大麻可吸入产品包括：
从下周初开始，Uber Eats将在应用程序中的一个标签为“大麻”的部分中列出东京烟雾的产品。一位发言人告诉CNN Business，消费者将可以在安大略省最近的Toyko烟店下单购买。此时，消费者无法购买此类产品送货。