Michigan Issues Product Recall for Failed Vape Cartridges Containing Vitamin E Acetate
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Michigan Issues Product Recall for Failed Vape Cartridges Containing Vitamin E Acetate

"All affected vape cartridges will have a label that indicates the license number of the marijuana facility that packaged the marijuana product."

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December 18, 2019

Michigan's Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) issued a product recall this week for vape cartridges sold at two Elite Wellness dispensaries in Bay City and Mt. Morris, Mich., as well as distillate products sold to a licensed grower for testing. The distillate sold to the grower had not yet landed on any store shelves.

In Michigan, caregivers may sell product to licensed growers, who must then work with licensed testing labs to ensure safety standards before selling into the state's provisioning centers (dispensaries).

In this case, the recalled products are listed in the document below. The brands include Cereal Cart and Dank Vape, both of which have been caught up in the rampant vaping-related lung illness story in the U.S. and neither of which is associated with a licensed product manufacturer.

"Patients who have experienced symptoms after using these products should report their symptoms and product use to their physician," according to the MRA.

Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency Public Health and Safety Bulletin December 2019 by sandydocs on Scribd