Another Lawsuit Claims California Brand Inflated THC Levels On Packaging

The lawsuit seeks unnamed damages, restitution, attorney’s fees, and an injunction

Another lawsuit filed in California accuses a state-licensed cannabis company of inflating THC levels in its products. The lawsuit, filed in the state Superior Court in Monterey County by Dover & Luner, LLP, alleges that Greenfield Organix Inc. and LPF JV Corporation, which produce and market the King Roll brand, “overcharged consumers by illegally selling products whose THC content was represented as substantially higher than it actually was.” 

In court documents, plaintiffs claim that the labeling on King Roll products claims THC concentrations as high as 48.54% but independent laboratory testing found the products contained between 33% and 36% THC, which is more than the 10% margin of error allowed under California regulations.  

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