VBJG Mt. Clemens, LLC Announces Recall of Cannabis Apple Cider in Michigan

November 8th, 2023 Safety & Education Ryan Spegal
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In a crucial update for the Michigan cannabis community, VBJG Mt. Clemens, LLC (AU-P-000368) has initiated a voluntary recall of a specific marijuana-infused beverage product. This action, taken in collaboration with the Cannabis Regulatory Agency (CRA), is part of a broader commitment to public health and safety within the state's burgeoning cannabis industry.

Recall Details

The recall concerns a particular batch of the Armada Cannabis Co. Cannabis Apple Cider, which contains 20mg of cannabis. This product, unfortunately, did not meet the necessary production compliance standards. The issue primarily revolves around the absence of a critical ingredient required to maintain shelf stability. The consequence of this oversight has been the swelling and bursting of cans, posing a potential safety risk.

Distribution and Identification

This recalled product was distributed between October 11th, 2023, and November 1st, 2023, and is identified by an expiration date of January 2nd, 2024. To assist consumers in identifying the affected products, further details include:

  • A production date of October 2nd, 2023
  • An expiration date of January 2nd, 2024
  • A specific Source code (SRC): 1A40503000373FD000009667

Safety Precautions and Disposal

Consumers who have purchased this product are strongly advised not to consume it. Given the risk of can expansion or bursting, it is recommended that these products be disposed of in an outdoor receptacle. It is important to note that these items should not be returned to the point of sale.

Retailers involved in the sale of these products are required to prominently display the recall notice for 30 days, ensuring that all consumers are adequately informed.

Reporting and Consumer Guidance

If consumers experience any adverse reactions after using these products, they should immediately report their symptoms to healthcare providers. Additionally, such incidents can be reported to the CRA by completing an Adverse Reaction Form available on their website or via phone at 517-284-8599.

Licensees who become aware of any adverse reactions associated with a marijuana product must also report these incidents to the CRA and log them in the METRC system within one business day.

Inquiries and Additional Information

For any inquiries related to this recall, individuals can contact the CRA’s Operations Support Section at [email protected]. The CRA remains committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of Michigan's cannabis consumers and encourages the community to stay informed about product safety and regulatory compliance.

For more information about the CRA and its initiatives, please visit www.michigan.gov/CRA.


This recall serves as a reminder of the importance of regulatory compliance and safety in the growing cannabis industry. As the sector continues to evolve, both consumers and businesses must stay vigilant and informed to ensure the health and safety of the community.

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