Mold Risk Lights Up Statewide Marijuana Recall
A voluntary recall has been issued for retail marijuana products from cannabis grower Bonsai Cultivation. The Denver Department of Public Health and Environment announced the statewide recall after finding “potentially unsafe levels of yeast/mold” in samples of dried marijuana.
Affected products may include flower, trim, shake and pre-rolls from Bonsai sold between April 30 and Oct. 14. Products with OPC code 403R-00228 are part of the recall.
The department has identified 144 retail stores throughout the state that have sold Bonsai’s products during that time, including several in southwest Colorado.
Consumers are asked to dispose of their recalled product or return it to the retailer where it was purchased. Questions to Bonsai Cultivation can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any concerns about your health after using a recalled product should be directed to your physician and by contacting the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment at email@example.com or 720-913-1311.
A list below shows the southwest Colorado retailers who carry Bonsai’s products. A full list of statewide retailers is available on the department’s website.
Blend LLC - 198 E. Frontage Rd., Mancos
Bud Farm - 385 N. Willow, Mancos
Chronic Therapy Cortez, LLC - 1020 S. Broadway Ave., Cortez
Colorado Grow Company - 965½ Main Ave., Durango
Durango Organics - 37 County Rd. 232, Durango
Durango Rec Room - 145 E. College Dr., Durango
LivWell - 1819 E. Main St., Cortez
LivWell - 449 Railroad Ave., Mancos
Mountain Annie’s (Medicine Man) - 310 E. Main St., Cortez
Mountain Annie’s - 1644 County Rd. 203, Durango