Denver firm’s voluntary recall of marijuana products affects several dispensaries

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Doctor’s Orders, a vertically integrated cannabis company in Denver, is voluntarily recalling marijuana products that had elevated levels of mold and yeast, the alt-weekly Westword newspaper reported.

According to the city’s Department of Public Health and Environment, at least 10 dispensaries that carry Doctor’s Orders products are affected by the recall.

The public health agency said other dispensaries that purchased wholesale products from Doctor’s Orders before Aug. 1, 2018, could be affected, too. There have been no reports of illnesses related to the recalled product.

More details about the situation can be found here.