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Marijuana Regulatory Agency Recalls Marijuana Product due to Processor Licenses of 3843 Euclid LLC in Bay City
July 7, 2021 - Today, the Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) issued a health and safety bulletin recalling marijuana product processed by 3843 Euclid, LLC, a medical marijuana processor facility and an adult-use marijuana processor co-located at 3843 N. Euclid, Bay City, Michigan 48706, due to the use of unapproved testing and sampling methods.
On March 23, 2021, marijuana-infused / edible marijuana product (Covert Cups) were sampled for safety compliance testing at 3843 Euclid, LLC. On March 29, 2021, passing compliance test results were entered into the statewide monitoring system.
On April 2, 2021, the MRA performed a compliance check and observed approximately 10,000 Covert Cups in the safe room vault area that were in non-opaque yellow, clear, or silver final consumer packaging. The MRA's review of the certificate of analysis for Covert Cups only shows photographs
of the product in the yellow consumer packaging, not the clear or silver packaging. Therefore, it was determined that this sample was not representative of the entire production batch.
The affected packages of infused edible products were dispersed to many marijuana sales locations throughout Michigan. Details of the recalled products, along with the location and dates of sale, are available in the health and safety bulletin. All recalled products will have a label that indicates the license number of the marijuana business that sold the marijuana product as well as the tag number assigned to the product in the statewide monitoring system.
Consumers who have these products in their possession should return them to the provisioning center or marijuana retailer where they were purchased for proper disposal. Provisioning centers must notify patients and caregivers who purchased these products of the recall. Marijuana retailers must display the applicable portions of the recall notice for their establishment on the sales floor, visible to all customers for 30 days.
Consumers who have experienced symptoms after using these products should report their symptoms and product use to their physician. Consumers are requested to report any adverse product reactions to the MRA via email: MRA-Enforcement@michigan.gov or via phone: 517-284-8599.
An MRA investigation is still on-going and may result in additional future recalls.