Major recalls on cannabis infused gummies
If you have some gummies at home you better check the label.
This recall involves 33 lots of two edible cannabis products produced by TerrAscend Canada. These products were sold through provincially authorized retailers in Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Newfoundland.
The affected product may contain mould. In certain individuals, exposure may result in allergic symptom such as sneezing, coughing, wheezing, runny nose or nasal congestion, and watery or itchy eyes.
The use of, or exposure to a mouldy product may cause temporary adverse health consequences, where the probability of serious adverse health consequences is remote.
TerrAscend Canada has received 10 complaints regarding the recalled lots, none of which involved an adverse reaction. Health Canada has not received any complaints or reports of adverse reactions related to the recalled lot.
There has been 330,927 units of recalled product were sold.
The recalled product was sold from September 2020 to January 2021.
If you do have this product you should immediately stop using this product and return unopened product to the retailer where the product was purchased. Open product should be discarded securely, and out of reach of children and young persons.
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