Nevada is currently investigating new instances of tainted cannabis flower being sold in multiple dispensaries across the state following a recall.

According to a press release out this week, The Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board (CCB) is looking into three different dispensaries for having cannabis that has failed testing several times, even following a recall. Specifically, the strain Cherry OG F3 failed laboratory testing for yeast, mold, and other contaminants and had to be destroyed or returned by dispensaries back in March. However, at that time, it appears that three dispensaries kept their stock of the tainted flower and continued to sell it despite knowing that it was tainted.

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