Over a hundred Missouri cannabis license holders used THC distillate or concentrate in their products without knowing that it's considered a "potential threat to health and safety," reported Missouri Independent's Rebecca Rivas.

Delta Extraction, LLC, the infused product manufacturer at the center of the recent massive recall of 62,000 cannabis products in Missouri, is one to blame for selling Conte Enterprise's THC distillate to those businesses for over a year.

According to Jack Maritz, the general manager and lab manager of Delta Extraction, the company has sold 700 liters of this concoction starting from July 2022. The distillate was composed of THC-A, a non-intoxicating compound found in hemp and safe for use until heated, and a small quantity of marijuana produced in Missouri.

Marijuana businesses that have been buying Delta's product are feeling deceived now that court filings brought to attention that the company has been importing cannabinoids from other states, converting it to THC, and selling it in the regulated market as it was marijuana grown in Missouri.

Marijuana Business Owners Are Feeling Deceived

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