Missouri Removes 15k Affected Products from Sweeping August Recall

Missouri cannabis regulators removed nearly 15,000 cannabis products from the state’s sweeping August recall of nearly 63,000 products manufactured by Delta Extraction, LLC, which has called the recall an “unlawful campaign to destroy Delta’s business.”

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The Missouri Division of Cannabis Regulation has removed nearly 15,000 cannabis products from an August recall, saying that they had verified the products contain “THC solely sourced from marijuana products grown in the Missouri regulated market,” KMIZ reports. 

The initial recall included nearly 63,000 products manufactured by Delta Extraction, LLC that regulators said they could not verify came from products grown in the state because they were not tracked in METRC, the state’s seed-to-sale tracking system. In all, more than 48,530 products remain on the recall list. 

Delta Extraction, LLC, in September asked the Administrative Hearing Commission to reverse the decision to suspend the company’s license, but the case is unlikely to be heard this month. The company has also filed for a temporary restraining order, claiming that the recall was an “unlawful campaign to destroy Delta’s business through arbitrary, unjustified and unexplained administrative actions targeting Delta’s products,” according to a St. Louis Post-Dispatch report. 

“The remaining marijuana product will remain on recall and may have an administrative hold,” the agency said in the updated notice. “DCR will provide additional guidance to licensees as DCR continues its investigation into the affected products.” 

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