A Nevada edibles manufacturer, Kindibles, had its license suspended after the Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board (CCB) found the company added thousands of additional products to an already tested batch of goods, thereby skirting the state’s lab reporting requirements, according to a CCB news release. Upon visiting Kindibles’ production facility, state inspectors found additional violations, including products in the company vault not in the Nevada seed-to-sale tracking system.
The board voted unanimously to enact the suspension.
In order to begin operations again, Kindibles must submit a “plan of correction” within 10 days that addresses how the company will fix the issues cited in the complaint, the press release says.
“The CCB is unable to verify that the production facility Kindibles, LLC created and tested the following edible products in accordance with the regulations. The CCB is advising consumers who have purchased the affected cannabis product to avoid or take caution when consuming the product.” — Nevada Public Health and Safety Bulletin 2021-2
According to the Health Bulletin, the Kindibles products were sold at 10 Nevada cannabis retail locations between June 1, 2021, and November 3, 2021.
The CCB said they do not believe the dispensaries were aware of Kindibles’ violations and there have been no reports of illness related to the incident. This is the third summary suspension issued by the Nevada CCB this year, the news release notes.
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