"watching out for you, th mari says "along with testimonials from vendors, dispensaries like la mota are also hanging up notices from the cdc, this one lists the ingredients that are in question right now."
Camille says "it's vitamin e oil mainly."
Camille smith works at la mota, a dispensary in medford.
This morning, they received a notice from the cdc--warning people about potential dangers of vapeing.
The oregon liquor commission control is asking processors help in preventing further dangerous consumption reads "we are asking if licenses have products with these ingredients in the olcc market and have not previously disclosed them, to do so now to help us meet our obligation to protect public safety."
All week, la mota has been getting numerous testimonials from their vendors, claiming their products do no contain vitamin e oil additives.
They've heard from about half of their vendors so far and plan to take action if they find out any products contain vitamin e oil camille says "we'll have to pull it off our shelves immediately."
Wicked flower shop is another dispensary in the valley who says they haven't pulled any products yet, but they're ready to take action if a vendor can't confirm that it doesn't use the ingredient.
Danielle says "if it was in question and it wasn't for sure i will be happy to say that i can put out warning signs around the dispensary until we can come to a conclusion if we will be pulling that product off of our shelf."
At this point, taking these step would be voluntary, not a requirement for dispensaries.
Danielle says "we're not here to hide anything, we want everything to be open and clear."
Mari says "la mota says they're giving their vendors until the end of this week to submit testimonials that all 4 locations in the rogue valley.
In medford, mari nelson, newswatch 12."
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