Michigan Issues Recall for Medical Cannabis Products Sold at Three Pharmaco Dispensaries

Customers who purchased Orange Burst flower from certain Pharmaco locations between Oct. 14, 2019, and Jan. 6, 2020, are urged to return it to the provisioning center that sold it.

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January 13, 2020

The Marijuana Regulatory in Agency issued product recalls for Orange Burst cannabis sold at Pharmaco dispensaries in Detroit and Bay City. Lab tests revealed fungicide residue on certain batches of Orange Burst cannabis products.

Customers who purchased Orange Burst flower from those Pharmaco locations between Oct. 14, 2019, and Jan. 6, 2020, are urged to return it to the provisioning center that sold it. The individual package numbers can be found beneath the store name on cannabis products’ METRC label.

Here are the details from the state:

This recall affects the following products sold at three provisioning centers in the state of Michigan between 10/14/2019 and 1/6/2020:

Production batch: 1A4050100002330000000009
Product name: Orange Burst – Buds
Failed testing: Chemical Residue (Paclobutrazol)

Pharmaco, Inc. (License # PC-000249)
3650 Patterson RD
Bay City MI 48706
Individual Package # 1A4050100002330000000415 

Pharmaco, Inc. (License # PC-000261)
3557 Wilder RD
Bay City MI 48706
Individual Package # 1A4050100002330000000416   

Pharmaco, Inc. (License # PC-000205)
20561 Dwyer ST
Detroit MI 48234
Individual Package # 1A405010000233000000041