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OMMA Issues Recall to Ensure Consumer Safety, Quality Assurance

Friday, November 03, 2023

The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) issued a Recall Notice on Nov. 3, 2023, affecting commercial licensees and/or licensed patients.

"This proactive action is an example of our commitment to protecting public health,” said Executive Director Adria Berry. “It was top priority to address this potential threat to the well-being of our licensed patients.”

The full recall list is available at It includes the product type, brand name, business name and date packaged.

Growers and processors that received the Recall Notice are required to inform dispensaries that bought the recalled products—and dispensaries are required to notify patients who purchased the recalled products.

“We will continue to confront situations like this head on in an effort safeguard the integrity of our medical market,” Director Berry added.

Licensees must dispose of recalled products per OMMA rules. The commercial licensee whose harvest or production batch is being recalled is responsible for disposal costs of all waste.

Licensees with questions are advised to use the OMMA contact form or call (405) 522-6662.


Last Modified on Nov 03, 2023
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