LANSING, Mich. (WILX) -- The state has issued a warning about recalled marijuana products sold at stores in Detroit and Kalamazoo.
The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) says the products tested positive for things like yeast, mold, bacteria and chemical residues.
On Monday, Jan. 14, Homegrown Provisioning Center in Lansing released a statement about their marijuana:
"In light of the recent recall, we want to reassure our patients that we are committed to improving the quality of the medicine and products we offer. The change from the old caregiver product model to the now state licensed model in which all products must be tested has changed quickly. We are currently working with Michigan LARA department to properly handle this recall and we are learning together with the state as to how to operate as a licensed facility with state approved product. Please be patient with us as we work to reopen and provide our patients with successfully tested product. Due to the shortage of successfully passed products, this may take some time, but please know we are working hard to reopen as soon as possible. Thank you and sincerely, your HG team."
The following marijuana products were sold at The Green Mile on 8 Mile Road in Detroit:
(yeast and mold)
(bile-tolerant gram-negative bacteria and total coliforms)
Girl Scout Cookies
(yeast and mold)
The following products were sold at Compassionate Care by Design on Sage Street in Kalamazoo. All tested positive for chemical residue:
Amnesia Lemon Kush
Both stores are required to notify customers who bought any of the recalled products. LARA says customers should return them to the store for proper disposal.