Denver issued its biggest recall of marijuana products to date with nearly 100,000 packages of weed-laced edibles being taken off the market. Edibles company Mountain High Suckers on Wednesday voluntarily recalled 99,574 packages of its suckers, lozenges, and powdered candy after officials said they tested positive for banned pesticide chemicals imidacloprid and myclobutanil. The edibles were reportedly made with material the company had purchased from cultivation facilities Western Remedies and Rocky Mountain Pharmacy. The recall is the city’s 15th in 16 weeks.
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