An investigation discovered mold contamination in the Wonky Weed brand Delta-9 THC syrup that was sold at Northland Vapor. As a result, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture has issued a consumer advisory regarding the product.
Mold growth was identified in the items during a recent inspection that was conducted by the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy, according to a news release that was issued by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture.
Minnesota and nationwide internet and retail sales dispersed the merchandise.
An ongoing civil complaint has been filed against Northland Vapor Company Moorhead LLC, Northland Vapor Company Bemidji LLC, and Wonky Confections LLC, alleging that these companies have violated Minnesota’s regulations governing edible marijuana products.
The inspection was connected to this case.
According to the announcement, Wonky Weed THC syrup products were sold in retail stores and online across the state of Minnesota as well as the rest of the country.
According to the announcement, consumers who have already purchased these products should discard them immediately. At this point in time, there have been no reports of illnesses in Minnesota that have been linked to the presence of mold in the items.
Those who have consumed Wonky Weed Delta-9 THC syrup and afterwards become ill are encouraged to get in touch with their primary care physician.
Through the MedWatch program, adverse events that may have been caused by these products or any other products derived from cannabis may be reported to the Food and Drug Administration of the United States.