Mislabelled Weed Latest Headache For Ontario Cannabis Store

Article by Philip Lee-Shanok, CBC News

Mislabelled weed latest headache for Ontario Cannabis Store Facebook Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Province's pot purveyor reportedly posts wrong potency for product online Philip Lee-Shanok · CBC News Radiate, a product marketed by Weedbox Inc., is listed as 24 per cent THC. The company says an error was made on the OCS website. (supplied) Ontario Cannabis Store launched on October 17 and has since faced criticism from customers for a lack of communication and delays in shipping. (Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press)

A big mistake made in the description of a product listed on Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) website is the latest hiccup for the only legal retailer of weed in the province.

Peter Lyon, a 27-year-old sales rep for a Toronto company, logged on to the OCS website hours after it went live to make a purchase.

“I searched for a high THC cannabis product, which was called Radiate — it was the highest one they had available,” said Lyon.

“I haven’t received my order yet, but I looked at my receipt and the THC content listed is very different from what I had originally ordered.”

The product description on the OCS website indicated that the THC content for Radiate, which sells on the site for $9.45 a gram, as 24 per cent.

But Lyon said his receipt lists the content as 13 per cent.

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