This week a Missouri judge rejected a cannabis company's attempt to halt the recall of 62,000 products that contained the company's THC concentrate that were considered a "potential threat to health and safety."

The Missouri Division of Cannabis Regulation (DCR) issued a recall in August for cannabis products that were not compliantly tracked in the statewide track and trace system, METRC. Meaning that the origin of these products, from edibles to vape cartridges, could not be verified or that they required testing before being sold at dispensaries.

Infused product manufacturer Delta Extraction, LLC, MAN000022, produced the recalled products. While no adverse effects were reported from using the product at the time of publishing, the state cannabis regulator advised patients and consumers …

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