FAIRBANKS — Production of Stoner S’mores, Plain Jane Cookies and Cannacrisp, a marijuana-infused rice crispy treat, is on hold while one of Alaska’s largest marijuana edible manufacturers, Fairbanks-based Frozen Budz, is investigated on suspicion of neglecting to have its products tested.
The state Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office issued a consumer alert last week, warning people that Frozen Budz edibles might be more potent than the labels suggest.
“The products are labeled as having 5 mg of THC per serving, but in reality, each serving may have a great deal more THC,” said Erika McConnell, director of the Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office, in a prepared statement.
On Monday, the Alaska Marijuana Control Board upheld a suspension of Frozen Budz’s manufacturing license while AMCO completes its investigation, McConnell said in an email.
Frozen Budz is the second company in Alaska to have its license suspended and the first Fairbanks-area company since