In what appears to be the nation’s biggest pot recall ever, Colorado company Bonsai Cultivation voluntarily moved to take its products off of shelves at 144 retail stores in Colorado.

During a Denver Department of Public Health investigation, samples of dried marijuana were checked at labs and found to contain potentially unsafe levels of yeast or mold. “This is exactly what a regulatory structure is meant for,” said National Cannabis Industry Association Media Director Morgan Fox. “Testers caught it, and the single producer responsible is working with regulators to make sure these products are removed from stores and that consumers are warned about it.”

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