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Organigram recalls small batch of its Big Bag o Buds for having too much THC

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Organigram has recalled one lot of its dried cannabis sold in Ontario due to a labelling error. 

The products, Big Bag o Buds CombOz GMO Cookies + Ultra Sour dried cannabis, were recalled due to the label showing a lower total THC level than was present in the cannabis.

The 28 gram SKUs (two 14 gram units) were labelled as having total THC of 209 mg/g (20.9%), while the actual total was 271 mg/g (27.1%).

There were 138 units of recalled products sold from April 28, 2024 to May 9, 2024, lot number 11304240425.

Health Canada reminds consumers that they can contact the store where they purchased the cannabis if they wish to return it. 

Any health or safety complaints related to the use of this cannabis product or any other cannabis product can be made by filling out Health Canada’s online complaint form. Labelling errors are the most common reason for cannabis product recalls in Canada, and the process can be costly for producers. There have been five recalls listed by Health Canada for cannabis products so far in 2024.

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