Colorado Medical Marijuana From LivWell, Colorado Springs Grower Flagged for MoldPosted by On

Regulators have flagged medical marijuana sold at ten stores across Colorado for potentially unsafe levels of mold.

In an October 12 recall notice, the Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division and the state Department of Public Health and Environment alerted the public of medical marijuana sold at six different LivWell Enlightened Health dispensaries across the state that was found to contain unacceptable levels of mold and yeast.

According to the MED notice, LivWell’s recalled product was Kosher Kush #1 flower sold between July 28 and August 22, with a cultivation license number of 403-00573 and a harvest batch number of KOSH#1W1A06/14/22.0573. The Kosher Kush was sold at the following LivWell locations:

  • 2647 8th Avenue, Unit B, Garden City
  • 570 North Murray Boulevard, Colorado Springs
  • 1941 West Evans Avenue, Denver
  • 900 North College Avenue, Fort Collins
  • 1015 2nd Street, Berthoud
  • 3234 North Nevada Avenue, Colorado Springs

In a separate announcement sent out the same day, the MED publicly notified consumers that medical marijuana from Colorado Springs grower WTJ MMJ Supply hadn’t been properly tested for contaminants, and that MED inspectors found “substances assumed to be mold” at the WTJ growing facility. According to what was called an “informational bulletin,” multiple WTJ harvest batches went untested, but all of the suspect WTJ flower has the following cultivation license number: 403-00239.

The MED didn’t include dates in which the WTJ marijuana was sold, but cited…

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