Contaminated Product Removed From 2 Alaska Stores

Contaminated Product Removed From 2 Alaska Stores

ANCHORAGE (KTUU) – The Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office says that tests on products from two Houston, Alaska marijuana businesses show that the businesses were in possession of contaminated marijuana. The report says The office is now asking the public to surrender their products purchased from the establishments to licensed retailers for “proper destruction.” “This is the first time contaminated products from pesticide and/or fungicides has been confirmed in Alaska marijuana products,” wrote Glen Klinkhart, the interim director of the Alcohol & Marijuana Control Board in an email to KTUU. The Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office, or AMCO, says that products from the cultivator Calm N Collective and the retail establishment Houston Grass Station were contaminated with high levels of Myclobutanil, which is a fungicide, and Cyfluthrin, which is an insecticide. Ron Bass, the owner of Calm N Collective did not want to comment for this story and his lawyer said that he is cooperating with the Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office. Bass previously told KTUU that he believed that the product had been contaminated by a disgruntled former employee but that he was fully supportive of hold placed on his company’s products. Klinkhart of AMCO said that no disciplinary decisions…

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