Minnesota pharmacy board sues companies over ‘noncompliant’ cannabis edibles

The Minnesota Board of Pharmacy has filed a lawsuit against a group of three Minnesota cannabis companies, alleging that their cannabis edibles exceed the state’s THC potency limits and disregard rules around appearance.

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The complaint filed Monday in Clay County District Court names Northland Vapor Company Moorhead, Northland Vapor Company Bemidji, and Wonky Confections, referring to them collectively as Northland Vapor.

Minnesota’s medical cannabis rules require edibles to contain no more than five milligrams of hemp-derived THC per serving, or no more than 50 milligrams per package.

“Investigators found packages containing 2,500 milligrams of THC, 50 times the amount permitted under Minnesota law,” said the Board of Pharmacy in a news release.

The board also said its investigators found that some of the defendants’ edible cannabis products resembled “characteristics of a fictional bear, as well as products that are modeled after common gummy bear candies that

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