The cannabis industry is not immune to the costly potential of a product recall, which is a necessary evil required for regulated markets to remain functional.
Recalls often occur when the supply chain isn’t being carefully managed, if a product fails certain testing requirements or simply from a lack of communication with your state’s health department.
From startups to multistate operators, recalls might lead to unnecessary or mandatory regulations and, depending on the severity, could force a company to close its doors for good.
Although recalls are overall damaging for any industry, one good takeaway from a recall is that it provides an example of what not to do, so history doesn’t repeat itself.
Controlling the supply chain
Consider how important it is to maintain the same safety and quality measures across all players in the supply chain.
If contaminated cannabis flower is used to make
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