Michigan - Fwaygo Extracts' "Space Rocks"

Discussion in 'Marijuana News' started by Storm Crow, Feb 23, 2023.

  1. They apparently were mixing tested and illegal untested cannabis and then someone used a prohibited chemical! OOPS!!!

    Lansing marijuana processor's licenses suspended for violations
    Lansing marijuana processor's licenses suspended for violations

    Products produced by TAS Holdings in Lansing.

    LANSING — The Cannabis Regulatory Agency Tuesday issued formal complaints and announced summary suspensions of the medical and adult-use processor licenses held by TAS Asset Holdings in Lansing.

    “The conduct alleged in the formal complaints is a significant risk to the public health and safety of marijuana consumers in Michigan,” CRA Executive Director Brian Hanna said. “While we work through the process to seek revocation of these licenses, it is vital that all licensees throughout the state realize that the CRA will continue to do what it takes to protect the public from bad actors in the regulated market.”

    TAS Asset Holdings, 919 Filley St., Suite A, is accused of combining "illicit" marijuana products with regulated marijuana products before selling those items to the public, the CRA said in a separate bulletin. The affected marijuana products are marketed under the brand Fwaygo Extracts with the product name Space Rocks. The product was manufactured between Nov. 10 and Nov. 17, 2022.

    A TAS representative admitted that the business’s signature product, Space Rocks, is produced using the untagged THCa powder, the CRA said in a press release.

    The CRA formal complaints allege 23 regulatory violations against each of TAS Asset Holdings’ processor licenses. TAS may request a hearing to contest the allegations in the formal complaints and participate to determine whether the summary suspensions should remain in effect, the CRA said.

    O Sept. 16, 2022, two packages of vape cartridges failed safety compliance testing for bifenthrin, a chemical banned from use in the regulated market, the CRA said. Before they were transferred to and processed by TAS Asset Holdings, both packages had passed full safety compliance testing with no bifenthrin detected.

    Video surveillance footage showed that the product used to make the vape cartridges was not the same product recorded in Metrc (the statewide monitoring system) that had passed compliance testing, the CRA said in its release. (snipped)

    Granny :wave:
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  2. This is what regulation should be like.
    Glad to see they're on top of things.

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