Michigan Cannabis Processor Faces Sanctions After Banned Insecticide Found In Products

Safety product issues seem to be piling up in Michigan

Products dubbed “Space Rocks” and marketed under the brand Fwaygo Extracts were allegedly made by combining regulated and illicit cannabis products, according to the Cannabis Regulatory Agency (CRA).

CRA investigators suspended both medical and recreational cannabis licenses held by TAS Asset Holdings, located at 919 Filley St., Suite A in Lansing, after identifying two packages of vape cartridges that contained Bifenthrin, an insecticide banned under the regulated market.

“The conduct alleged in the formal complaints is a significant risk to the public health and safety of marijuana consumers in Michigan,” Brian Hanna, executive director of the CRA, said in a news release.

The latest warning comes on the heels of a recall of some products sold by a local cannabis dispensary in Flint. In November, CRA said it tested Green Culture’s consequences and determined they contained unacceptable levels of banned pesticides, heavy metals, mold and bacteria.

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