THC BioMed recalls strawberry gummies from Saskatchewan

| Staff |

THC BioMed has recalled one lot of cannabis gummies from the Saskatchewan market due to concerns with mould.

According to Health Canada, the product was sold through a provincially authorized retailer in Saskatchewan and to clients for medical purposes. To date, THC BioMed Ltd. has received four complaints regarding the recalled lot, none of which involved an adverse reaction.

Health Canada has not received any complaints or reports of adverse reactions related to the recalled lot.

The product recalled is Strawberry THC Kiss Gummies, Lot #2498. 1,263 units are currently being recalled. The recalled product was sold from December 2020 to February 2021, distributed through National Cannabis Distribution Inc, one of Saskatchewan’s private distributors.

THC BioMed announced the shipment to Saskatchewan in December, and announced a shipment to BC in late January. The gummies are 2.5 mg THC each, with four per package.

This is the second product recall due to mould found in a cannabis gummy in the past several weeks. In January, a Canadian cannabis company recalled more than 330,000 packages of cannabis-infused gummies following a handful of consumer reports of mould.