Lidl Recalls Hemp Products Across EU Due To Elevated THC Levels
Retailer Lidl is recalling hemp products sold across the EU which contain elevated levels of THC, warning consumers that consumption may cause “undesirable health effects, such as mood swings and fatigue.”
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