Aurora Cannabis to Disclose Pesticide Test Results

March 10, 2017
CBC News
Canada Medical News Pesticides

Medical marijuana firm Aurora Cannabis Inc. has announced a new disclosure process for its third-party quality control testing, which it says will assure clients of the purity of its products.

That announcement comes amid growing concern over recalls of contaminated marijuana sold by Health Canada-approved producers.

Every product sold by Aurora now comes with a certificate of analysis provided by cannabis testing laboratory Anandia Labs.

Aurora, which is based in Cremona, Alta., and has offices in Vancouver, says the certificates will show that its products have "been analyzed with high accuracy for potency and passed Anandia's rigorous testing procedures for the presence of contaminants."

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