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Colorado Flower Recalled Over Yeast, Mold

The product contained contaminant levels in excess of state limits.

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DENVER β€” The Colorado Department of Revenue, in conjunction with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, issued a health and safety advisory due to the identification of potentially unsafe levels of total yeast and mold contamination in retail marijuana flower (bud/shake/trim) produced by LivWell I, LLC DBA LivWell.

The CDPHE and DOR deem it a threat to public health and safety when marijuana is found to have total yeast and mold levels above the acceptable limits established in Colorado Marijuana Rule 4‐115. The DOR has identified retail marijuana flower from a harvest batch produced by LivWell that contained levels of contaminants above acceptable limits for total yeast and mold.

Consumers who have these affected products in their possession should destroy them or return them to the retail store from which they were purchased for proper disposal. Consumers who experience adverse health effects from consuming the product should seek medical attention immediately and report the event to the Marijuana Enforcement Division by submitting a MED reporting form. All affected marijuana should have a label affixed to the container that, at a minimum, indicates the license number of the retail marijuana cultivation that produced the retail marijuana, the harvest batch number, and the product name assigned to the retail marijuana.

Consumers should check the label of their retail marijuana for the following license number, harvest batch number, and product name:
Retail Marijuana Cultivation License Number: 403R-00252
Contaminated Harvest Batch:
Harvest Batch Number: GELCAK#1F35B10/18/21.0252

Sold as a pre-weighed half ounce at Livwell stores across the state between the approximate dates of Dec. 30, 2021, through Jan. 20, 2022.

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