The pulled products were Cheeba Chews MELTs, French-inspired pâte de fruit chews sold in apricot, strawberry and toasted coconut flavors. According to Cheeba Chews, “potential traces of mold” were found in a sample batch of the strawberry MELTs after inconsistencies in the moisture and curing process.
Infused with rosin, a solventless marijuana extract made with heat and pressure, the MELTs line debuted this summer. Only the recent sample batch of the strawberry MELTs showed traces of mold, and “there was no impact on consumers,” according to the company.
There was no official recall announcement because Cheeba Chews believes that no affected products reached consumers,…
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