Medical marijuana brownie bites recalled due to report of mold

In 2016, Ohio became the 25th state to legalize medical marijuana. LAURA A. BISCHOFF/STAFF
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In 2016, Ohio became the 25th state to legalize medical marijuana. LAURA A. BISCHOFF/STAFF LAURA A. BISCHOFF

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Medical marijuana brownie bites sold in Dayton, Springfield and other Ohio locations were recalled due to a report of mold.

The Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program issued the mandatory recall for Eric + Eric Turtle Brownie Bites. Beneleaves Limited sold the edibles to dispensaries and the brownie bites were available for purchase as of June 22.

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The MMCP hasn’t received any reports of adverse reactions at this time. If you think are you are experiencing a serious or life-threatening issue get immediate medical attention. Any adverse reaction should be reported to the MMCP helpline at 1-833-464-6627.

Anyone who purchased the recalled edible should stop using it.

Unused products should be returned to the dispensary where it was purchased. Returned products will not count toward a person’s 90-day possession limit.

The brownie bites were available for purchase the the following dispensaries:

  • Bloom Medicinal (Columbus, Painesville)
  • Columbia Care (Dayton, Marietta)
  • Firelands Scientific (Huron)
  • Ohio Provisions (Carroll)
  • Pure Ohio Wellness (London)
  • RISE (Cleveland, Lorain, Toledo)
  • Strawberry Fields (Columbus)
  • Sunnyside (Chillicothe, Cincinnati, Marion, Newark)
  • Terrasana (Columbus, Fremont, Garfield Heights, Springfield)
  • ZenLeaf (Cincinnati)

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