Regulators in Alaska have seized cannabis concentrates and related products manufactured at Will’s World Extract after an investigation found the products were shipped from another state for processing.
In a press release, the Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office (AMCO) said it had collected “substantiated evidence of unregistered and unlicensed THC concentrates being inverted into the legal market” at the Palmer facility.
Will’s World manufactures bubble hash, bubble hash oil, CO2 oil, distillate oil, dry sift hash, ethanol oil, full spectrum extract, rosin, select spectrum extract, shatter, infused joints, and Will’s World-branded prerolls.
AMCO Director Joan Wilson said there “is no immediate threat to public health, safety, or welfare” caused by the products.
“We are advising consumers of marijuana and marijuana products to review concentrates and infused joints in their possession for the Will’s World label or reference Will’s World Extract in their product. AMCO’s top priority is ensuring the safety of products available.” — Wilson in a statement
AMCO said that customers should return the products to where they were acquired. In an advisory notice dated March 3, Wilson told retailers that customers “may be returning purchased concentrates, infused joints, or marijuana products” to the original point of sale.
The agency notes that any licensee whose products are subject to administrative hold or seizure has rights to due process that permit licensees an opportunity to be heard and request further review of any adverse decision.
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