Can-Lab Offers Expanded Customer Service and 3rd-Party Accredited Testing to Assist Cannabis Growers & Producers Seeking Dependable Lab Results in Michigan

Can-Lab Offers Expanded Customer Service and 3rd-Party Accredited Testing to Assist Cannabis Growers & Producers Seeking Dependable Lab Results in Michigan

Can-Lab is Michigan’s Leading Cannabis Lab & Analytics Provider. It Offers an ISO-Certified Facility and Advanced Testing Equipment to Help the Cannabis Community Recover from Michigan’s Largest Cannabis Recall Due to Inaccurate Lab Results

WARREN, Mich. — Can-Lab, Michigan’s leading cannabis lab and analytic provider, has expanded its customer service to offer Michigan cannabis growers and producers advanced testing capability to help them recover from recent reports of inaccurate lab results that resulted in the largest cannabis tainted-product recall since legalization.


Can-Lab offers rapid turn-around times to deliver results across ten analytic “panels” that test and certify the purity and potency of cannabis flower, edibles, concentrates, and topicals. Tests can be easily submitted (and test results viewed) through Can-Labs secure customer portal.

Can-Lab is renowned for offering outstanding customer service and consistent test results, at scale, to customers of all sizes. The Company is an ISO-certified, licensed State of Michigan Safety Compliance Facility, and it is widely recognized as an elite cannabis testing facility for the quality of its workforce, its testing capabilities, and its expansive, loyal customer base.

Can-Lab provides its testing services with a staff of 30+ highly trained employees working in its Warren, Michigan facility.

Can-Lab runs a high-efficacy operation, with an unwavering commitment to delivering accurate and compliant product-testing services,” said Chris Woods, Chief Operating Officer. “We earn the trust and respect of our customers every day by delivering consistent and accurate results based on laboratory best-practices and widely-accepted scientific methods.”

About Can-Lab

Can-Lab is an ISO-certified, licensed State of Michigan Safety Compliance Facility and Michigan’s leading cannabis lab and analytic provider. Can-Lab offers ten analytic “panels” to test cannabis flower, edibles, concentrates, and topicals, using the most-advanced equipment and techniques, including high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC); gas chromatography (GC); mass spectrometry (MS); liquid chromatography (LC); triple quadrupole mass spectrometry (MS); inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS); Microbial Plating; and plant gender-detection (FemINDICAtor®). Located in Warren, Michigan, Can-Lab has an unblemished record of unquestioned results; it has been serving Michigan’s cannabis grower and product producers since 2019. Learn more:

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