A public security discover from the Denver Division of Public Well being and Surroundings warns that pre-rolled joints of a pressure referred to as Blue Cookies from the Common Herbs dispensary at 800 Park Avenue West examined constructive for mildew and/or yeast after a DDPHE investigation. In keeping with DDPHE inspection paperwork, the investigation stemmed from a client criticism a couple of cultivation supplying Common Herbs.
Any Blue Cookies pre-rolls from Common Herbs with the license quantity 402R-00602 could possibly be affected, the DDPHE recall notes.
“Customers who’ve these recalled merchandise ought to get rid of the merchandise or return them to the shop from which they had been bought. For extra details about the recall, contact Common Herbs at [email protected],” the DDPHE announcement reads.
Further inspection experiences present that the identical dispensary needed to take away expired edible merchandise in April 2018 after a DDPHE investigator found mildew on the highest of a pot-infused pumpkin pie on the market.
The Common Herbs dispensary situated at 755 South Jason Road was not listed within the recall. Common Herbs didn’t instantly reply to requests for remark.
Though most marijuana recollects initially concerned pesticide points, recollects due to constructive mildew checks have elevated since 2017, with not less than 5 mildew and yeast recollects affecting over twenty completely different dispensaries in Denver over the previous two years.