The Department of Taxation and CCB banned Cherry OG F3 in March
The Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board has launched an inspection of three Las Vegas-based dispensaries alleged to have sold contaminated flower.
The flower failed laboratory testing for yeast and mold, coliforms, as well as Enterobacteriaceae and Aspergillus. The Department of Taxation and CCB banned the sale of Cherry OG F3 in March.
Despite the CCB’s instruction to destroy or return the cannabis to the cultivator, stores continued to sell the product during May, CCB said.
The board opted to investigate the following businesses accused of selling nearly 375 grams of tainted product between May 19 and June 29:
• Waveseer of Las Vegas (Jenny’s Dispensary)
• Paradise Wellness Center (Las Vegas ReLeaf)
• Desert Aire Wellness (Sahara Wellness)
There have been no illnesses reported by customers, according to the CCB.
In addition, customers are called on to check any Cherry OG products for the source package #1A404030000076F000006649.
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