Bloom Brand Fails Pesticide Test, Issues First Product Recall In California’s New Legal Market

It is not yet clear how the contaminated cartridges made it past laboratory testing

California’s newly-regulated legal cannabis market experienced another landmark this week, when Bloom Brand vaporizers recalled THC distillate cartridge products from over 100 Golden State dispensaries, citing residual pesticide contamination.

The products, four types of vape cartridges and disposable pens in varying sizes and strains, including GSC, King Louis XIII, Pineapple Express, and more, were produced and distributed by Greenfield Organix, sold across California from the Bay Area to Los Angeles.

“Batch Number B-180504 contains the pesticide Myclobutanil and does not comply with the Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) standards,” a press release announcing the recall detailed. “We are working closely with the BCC to remedy this issue and expect clean, compliant products to be back on shelves in three weeks.”


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