CA’S DCC Orders Recall of Packaged Cannabis Flower Due to Mold Contamination

State of California by Carrie B. Reyes

Sacrament, CA – California’s Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) has ordered a mandatory recall after identifying a batch of packaged cannabis flower contaminated with Aspergillus niger. Consumers who purchased Claybourne Co. flower are urged to check their packaging the UID and batch numbers and dispose of the flower if affected. To date, no illnesses have been reported. DCC is currently investigating the cause of the contamination. 

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