Missouri regulators revoked the manufacturing license of Delta Extraction, which made infused THC goods that led to the recent recall of more than 60,000 products and millions of dollars in lost sales and inventory for retailers and brands.
The Missouri Division of Cannabis Regulation (DCR) also accused Delta Extraction of additional violations – on top of the initial accusation that the company violated the rules by using out-of-state, hemp-derived THCA to manufacture infused products destined for Missouri store shelves, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. THCA, when heated, turns into THC.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) said in a news release Thursday the license revocation would take effect Dec. 2.
“While Delta Extraction’s use of out-of-state cannabis in our regulated system has been well-publicized and is a critical issue, DCR also found numerous other violations of rules at this facility,” the agency’s
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