Batches of marijuana sold in Las Vegas fail testing for mold, bacteria – KTNV Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Nevada Department of Taxation issued a public health and safety advisory for batches of marijuana that failed secondary microbial testing.

The advisory is a follow up to an ongoing investigation of the independent testing company, CANNEX Nevada LLC, that began in December 2019, where four batches failed testing.

February’s advisory lists 20 products and advising consumers and patients to avoid the following products which are subject of the notice:

Jack Herer: Failed total yeast and mold testing, Aspergillus testing

Cactus OG: Failed Aspergillus testing

White OG B Blend: Failed Aspergillus testing

Wookie: Failed Aspergillus testing

Fruitcake: Failed total yeast and mold testing

13 Gorillas: Failed total yeast and mold testing, total coliforms testing, total Enterobacteriaceae testing

Blue Zkittlez: Failed Aspergillus testing

CherryOG-F3: Failed total yeast and mold testing, total coliforms testing, total Enterobacteriaceae testing, Aspergillus testing

Last OG: Failed total yeast and mold testing, total coliforms testing and total Enterobacteriaceae testing

King Kong Cookies: Failed total yeast and mold testing, total coliforms testing and total Enterobacteriaceae testing

White OG: Failed total yeast and mold testing

Lavender Jones: Failed total coliforms testing, total Enterobacteriaceae testing

Zombie Kush: Failed total yeast and mold testing

Gelato Glue: Failed total coliforms testing, total Enterobacteriaceae testing

Monster Cookies: Failed total yeast and mold testing, total coliforms testing, total Enterobacteriaceae testing, Aspergillus testing

TK Stardawg Haze: Failed Aspergillus testing

Vegas Golden Kush: Failed total yeast and mold testing, Aspergillus testing

Code Orange: Failed total yeast and mold testing, Aspergillus testing

Purple Goats: Failed total yeast and mold testing, total coliforms testing, total Enterobacteriaceae testing

Purple Goats (different lot): Failed total yeast and mold testing, total coliforms testing, total Enterobacteriaceae testing

The report also included 30 retail stores and medical dispensaries that sold the affected marijuana in the form of

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