SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A big recall occurred in the legal cannabis business Thursday after Santa Barbara-based Lowell Herb Company pulled its pre-rolled joints off store shelves.
Marijuana Business Daily reports the recall involves a batch that initially passed testing at three labs.
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However, one lab named San Francisco-based Anresco Labratories reversed its decision two weeks later.
This is the second recall affecting the legal marijuana industry after new regulations went into effect last month.
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The law now requires cannabis products to pass lab testing before they are sold.
Marijuana business insiders say they've been struggling wtih inconsistent results between different labs.
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SoCal cannabis company recalls pre-rolled joints after lab reversed decision