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California Recalls Zoap Cannabis Flower Over Pesticide

Symptoms of chlorfenapyr toxicity include nausea, vomiting, fever and rhabdomyolysis.

Packaged by Grizzly Peaks Farms, the recalled Zoap cannabis flower was sold in California after September 15, 2023.
Packaged by Grizzly Peaks Farms, the recalled Zoap cannabis flower was sold in California after September 15, 2023.

California's Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) last week issued a consumer advisory due to the presence of chlorfenapyr, a pesticide, in Zoap cannabis flower.

The DCC urged consumers who purchased Zoap cannabis flower to check the packaging for the UID (1A40603000055F7000083323) and batch number (ZP2242).

Packaged by Grizzly Peaks Farms, the recalled product was sold after September 15, 2023.

Customers are instructed to dispose of the product or return it to the retailer for proper disposal.

The DCC sent notices to all retailers with Zoap product in their inventory with instructions to collect, segregate and quarantine all units until they are transferred to Grizzly Peaks Farms or destroyed.

According to the DCC, all retail sales and distribution of the adulterated batch must stop immediately. It is unlawful to distribute, sell, hold or offer for sale an adulterated cannabis good. 

According to the National Library of Medicine, the signs and symptoms of chlorfenapyr toxicity include nausea, vomiting, fever, and rhabdomyolysis, among others.

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