Canada MMJ grower can’t trace pesticide source, offers refund

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Organigram, a federally licensed medical marijuana cultivator in Canada that recalled contaminated product last year, said it conducted an “extensive investigation” but was unable to find the source for the tainted cannabis.

The company also said it had reversed an earlier decision and now will refund money to patients who bought the contaminated cannabis.

The total cost of the refund will be about 2.3 million Canadian dollars ($1.7 million), Organigram estimated, and will essentially equal the company’s sales for its most recent quarter, the Globe and Mail reported.

Organigram announced its voluntary recall in December because the

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