The Bloom Brand — a manufacturer of cannabis vape cartridges, disposable vape pens, and oil infusions — and its distributor, Greenfield Organix 4th St., voluntarily issued the California cannabis industry’s first product recall on Wednesday; the alert was posted on The Bloom Brand’s company website.
The recall was issued for Bloom products containing cannabis Batch Number B-180504, which was sold in nearly 100 retailers throughout California between July 1 and July 19. The products being recalled are:
- BloomVape 0.5g
- BloomVape 1g
- BloomOne Disposable 300mg
- BloomDrop 800mg
“Batch Number B-180504 contains the pesticide Myclobutanil and does not comply with the Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) standards. We are working closely with the BCC to remedy this issue and expect clean, compliant products to be back on shelves in three weeks. …
“If you suspect that you are affected by the recall, please return the product to the retailer where it was purchased for a full refund. DO NOT CONSUME this product if you have it in your possession as it is deemed that it may be harmful to your health and wellbeing.” — The Bloom Brand official statement, in the product recall press release
See the press release for a full list of the state’s affected retailers — no other state markets have been affected by the recall.
This is the first cannabis product recall in California‘s newly regulated industry, which launched January 1.
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