Recall of cannabis gummies wrongly sold
Cannabis gummies, which exceed the permitted limit of 10 mg of THC per package, are currently subject to a recall. These faulty confectioneries, which would have been marketed by mistake, could cause undesirable effects on consumers.
“These non-compliant products, in formats similar to gummies and other confectionery products, have been falsely marketed and sold as cannabis extracts,” reports the Government of Canada on its website.
The federal agency says the recalled candies may contain up to 1000mg of THC per package, or up to 10mg of THC per unit. As a result, consumers could be exposing themselves to accidental overconsumption.
The government stresses, through the company in a press release, that it is important to take the time to read and understand the labels of goods . In addition, this type of product should always be placed out of the reach of children.