Michigan's Cannabis Regulatory Agency (CRA) announced it recalled some products sold by a local cannabis dispensary in Flint, MI, which also received a summary suspension of its medical and recreational marijuana licenses.

What Happened:
Green Culture’s products were tested by the agency, which found they contained unacceptable levels of banned pesticides, heavy metals, mold and bacteria.

More than three-quarters of the products tested at the CRA's request contained "paclobutrazol (a banned pesticide), nickel (a heavy metal), aspergillus (a type of mold), or total coliforms (bacteria) in amounts exceeding state limits," according to an agency news release.

Most of them, labeled “MoonRock blunt,” include pre-rolled joints sold or given away as promotional items to consumers from February to September 2022. "This conduct is a risk to public health and safety and is completely unacceptable,” said Brian Hanna, acting executive director of the …

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