Supply chain management risk comes to the forefront in a recent cannabis flower recall. It is reported that contaminated single-use gloves were responsible for a recall of cannabis flower products from a pesticide-free cannabis producer and processor in South Lake Tahoe, California. The antimicrobial chemical o-Phenylphenol was identified as the contaminant found in the FDA-compliant food-grade gloves that the grower used. Kirk Berry breaks down how a risk-based approach can be used to analyze the issue.
Kirk’s Corner – Recall Advice
On November 5, 2021, the cannabis compliance board from the state of Nevada issued a public health and safety bulletin for product recalls. The recall included 14 different edible products from one supplier that were distributed to 10 different dispensaries. Kirk provides a succinct analysis and 6 things to consider to make sure you are ready for a recall.
ACCCE Mini-Series: Using Track and Trace Data to Identify Unusual Activity Episode 2
Jontae James, CEO of NatureTrak, will provide a view for both the cannabis business and the ancillary cannabis business on how to accomplish the transparency necessary for both sides to prosper with risk-based due diligence. In this episode, Jontae introduces key information to evaluate, like how much the commercial cannabis business expects to produce/sell, where the cannabis product is going, and who they do business with.