February 24, 2020
By: Jenny Kane
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State officials issued another marijuana health advisory regarding products that were on shelves at 30 dispensaries in Nevada last month.
The Nevada Department of Taxation issued an advisory late Friday concerning 20 products that failed microbial testing conducted by an independent lab. The products were sold in the form of raw cannabis buds and raw cannabis that had been pre-rolled into a joint.
The products came from six different cultivators in Nevada and failed a variety of mold, yeast and bacteria testing. All of the products were initially tested and passed by Cannex LLC, a Las Vegas marijuana testing lab that the taxation department suspended in December as part of an investigation.
The products were on the shelves between Oct. 25 and Jan. 16 at dispensaries across the state, including Rise in Carson City and Spanish Springs and Blüm in Reno.