In the morning when I go to the marijuana dispensary to pick up my orders for the day, I double check each one of the bags to make sure that the products are correct.
I am the last person to see the orders before they leave in my car.
If something is wrong, it’s my fault and I have to go back to the delivery service to get the items and make it right. After I had to return to the store one time and make a 45 minute delivery for free, I never forgot to double check my orders again. I was working in the morning on Tuesday when I noticed a very serious problem in the marijuana packaging plant. The packaging plant is directly behind the delivery service. There are people working in the packaging plant that go through the warehouse pulling out the marijuana items for each order. Those orders are then sent up to the main area where drivers pick them up for daily deliveries. I had two orders first thing in the morning where every single item was a duplicate. The first order had two grams of the same brand and strain concentrate and two pre-rolls that were exactly the same too. The next order had seven items and they were all duplicates as well. That specific order caught my eye, because there is a daily limit of 8 grams of marijuana concentrate per patient and this order had 12 grams. I immediately alerted my supervisor. She started looking at some of the other orders and quickly realized that there was a huge problem in the packaging plant.