German Grocery Chain Raided of CBD Products After Recall of Excessive THC Content
by Austin Cline
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A recall was sent out to the customers of Lidl after several products were reported to have a high THC content, according to Derwestin.
Lidl warned its customers that mood swings and signs of fatigue may be side effects of their hash cookies, hash tea, and hemp oil.
The Bavarian franchise was raided after the grocer added a number of cannabis products to their inventory.
The discounter as a whole issued a recall but the Bavarian branch was reported to have already removed the products.
The location was raided after it was found to still have the recalled items on their shelves.
The cannabis products were sent to a local laboratory to be examined for prohibited substances.
The products were sold under the brand name “Mary & Juana” and the products in question were their several chocolate flavors and hemp cookies.
Consumers were also warned about the cannabis tea and protein bar from the Czech manufacturer Euphoria Trade.
The cold-pressed "Vita D" or organic hemp oil "comes from the manufacturer P. Brändle.