Nevada: Authorities shut down cannabis testing facility in Vegas over allegations of THC manipulation as well as mold & yeast issues
The media outlet reports. Certified Ag Labs, a marijuana testing facility in Sparks, became the first lab to have its state license suspended after the state announced that it was investigating cannabis labs to see how products with exceedingly high levels of mold and yeast made it to store shelves for sale as well as allegations of THC manipulation. “REGISTRATION AND LICENSE SUSPENDED,” a state notice posted on the door of Certified Ag’s business entrance as of Monday afternoon read. Certified Ag Labs in Sparks had its license suspended by Nevada officials Monday, Nov. 18, 2019 …Certified Ag Labs in Sparks had its license suspended by Nevada officials Monday, Nov. 18, 2019, after state investigators found “inaccurate and misleading” THC results on products tested by the lab. (Colton Lochhead/Las Vegas Review-Journal) The report goes on to say In a press release issued Monday, the department said that products from Certified Ag “may be labeled incorrectly and could contain a different level of THC than what is listed on product packaging.” Marijuana products are supposed to be tested by state-licensed labs for potency, yeast, mold, pesticides, heavy metals and other toxins before being sold in dispensaries. Certified Ag managing member…
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