A Colorado marijuana dispensary called Doctor’s Orders has voluntarily recalled its retail marijuana plant material over mold and yeast concerns, says the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment.
According to the announcement, the owner of the dispensary, Doctor’s Orders LLC, is also a wholesale provider to other stores and at least nine other Denver dispensaries had products distributed to them.
So far only the Doctor’s Orders dispensary in Pueblo was listed in the recall, and not the Doctor’s Orders in Denver.
Products that were bought through July 31 with the license number 403-R-00045 are subject to recall.
The announcement stated, “Plant material from Doctor’s Orders cultivation may have been sold from other dispensaries other than those listed below if purchased prior to August 1, 2018. Consumers who have these recalled products should dispose of the products or return them to the store from which they were purchased.”
Some of the stores that may have sold affected products are:
Buddy Boy — 4012 West 38th Avenue
Buddy Boy — 3814 Walnut Street
Wolf Pac Cannabis — 74 Federal Boulevard
Frosted Leaf — 445 Federal Boulevard
Frosted Leaf — 6302 East Colfax Avenue
Frosted Leaf — 399 South Harrison Street
The Herbal Center — 1909 South Broadway
The Herbal Center — 12005 East 37th Avenue
Affinity — 7739 East Colfax Avenue
Doctor’s Orders — 749 East Enterprises Drive, Pueblo
“In an effort to protect consumer safety and produce the cleanest cannabis possible, Doctor’s Orders has implemented post-harvest cannabis purification technology developed by Willow Industries,” Willow Industries CEO Jill Ellsworth says in the statement. “We are dedicated to regaining the trust of our consumers and we feel confident the WillowPure will help to ensure the end product is safe for consumption.”