‘Got Greens’ products recalled by Cannabis Control Division

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – A consumer health and safety advisory was issued by the state’s Cannabis Control Division (CCD) Friday. They say they’ve found contaminated cannabis concentrates that have tested positive for prohibited pesticide.

The New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department says products that have been recalled were sold between January 31, 2023, and February 15, 2024, at Got Greens at 10200 Corrales Rd. The concentrates were sold under the names Purple Kush Live Sugar, Cali Dream LIve Sugar, Jigglers Live Diamonds, and OG Kush Shatter.

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They say the cannabis manufacturer, Pharmers, has been instructed to destroy all remaining involved concentrates without selling them to any additional retailer. Cowboy RX, Sandia Botanicals, and Seven Clover, the growers that produced the cannabis used to manufacture these concentrates, are required to conduct an audit of their inventory history.

Consumers with health-related concerns about a recalled product should contact the New Mexico Poison Control Hotline at 800-222-1222 or their medical provider.

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