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Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Cannabis gummies from specific lot recalled by NYS Office of Cannabis Management


NEW YORK (WKBW) — The New York State Office ⁤of Cannabis Management has issued a recall on a specific lot of cannabis gummies sold through licensed ​cannabis dispensaries throughout the state.

It has come to our ​attention that a batch of⁤ “Jenny’s Zee Zee​ gummies 2:1 THC/CBN ⁣adult use edible cannabis product” by⁤ Jenny’s Baked at⁢ Home Company, LLC, has not undergone‌ the required testing for consumer safety‍ and product quality. The affected product was‌ distributed ​between⁤ 09/04/2023-11/01/2023 and bears ⁢the batch/lot number ZZ-23–07-13-0001. The OCM has not ⁣received any reports of adverse effects caused by consumption, but the recall is ⁣a precautionary measure.

Dispensaries and distributors have been instructed to cease distribution and sales of the affected product immediately. This includes any sales that ⁤may be occurring at ⁤CGS‍ events as well. If you have purchased⁣ Jenny’s Zee Zee gummies between ​September 4, 2023, and‌ November 1st, ⁢2023, please check to see whether the product‍ you purchased is affected by this recall. If you wish to return the recalled ⁣product, please contact the retail dispensary where you purchased the product.‌ You can return a ‌recalled product even if you have opened it.

The safety ⁣and well-being of our consumers are our top priority, and ⁤we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We are working diligently to ensure that all cannabis products meet the necessary safety ‌and quality standards before​ they are made available to the public.

Alejandro Mendoza
Alejandro Mendoza
Alejandro Mendoza is a dedicated journalist, known for his in-depth research and commitment to truth. A graduate of Columbia University's School of Journalism, he specializes in revealing and reporting on significant local issues.
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  1. Agree This is important for consumers to know and for the Office of Cannabis Management to take action on potential safety concerns.


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