Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Legalized Cannabis Food Safety

As cannabis products are legalized in more US states, the issue of food safety hazards associated with their production becomes complicated and, often, unregulated. There are many risks in the consumption of cannabis products that have not been properly inspected, which pose some serious health concerns. Cannabis products can be contaminated with pathogens such as salmonella and e. coli that go undetected.

As cannabis products are legalized in more US states, the issue of food safety hazards associated with their production becomes complicated and, often, unregulated. There are many risks in the consumption of cannabis products that have not been properly inspected, which pose some serious health concerns. Cannabis products can be contaminated with pathogens such as salmonella and e. coli that go undetected.

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