After several Yukoners started to feel effects like dizziness and elevated heart rates after consuming local beef and bison jerky, medical tests revealed they had THC in their systems. The jerky products have since been pulled from the shelves at Off the Hook Meatworks, the Yukon Government notes in a press release. Over 3,000 cannabis products recalled after a worker licked a joint Quebec’s provincial retailer, HEXO issue consumer product recall of mislabelled cannabis flower Irish product recall issued following discovery of illegal levels of THC in CBD oil line Residents who purchased the beef or bison jerky products within the past two weeks are being advised to avoid consuming them. The recall was issued by Environmental Health Services, in consultation with Off the Hook Meatworks. “The product has possibly been contaminated with a foreign material that may be a health hazard,” the release states. The Government of Yukon recommends the following steps for those who may have the products at home: Don’t eat any of the food. Get medical attention right away if anyone who has had contact with the food feels unusual symptoms or sick. Don’t handle the food more than you need to. Carefully place all the food in a sealable container (even if it’s half-eaten). Close the container. Write “DO NOT EAT” on the container. Keep any unopened containers of similar product, but do not open them. Keep the food away from your regular food supply and away from your family. Don’t feed the food to pets or livestock. Keep the container, packaging, label, receipt and grocery bag that came with the food. Write down any information you remember about the product, such as product codes, “best before” dates, and where and when product was purchased. An RCMP investigation is continuing.
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