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Investigation of Illnesses: Diamond Shruumz-Brand Chocolate Bars, Cones, & Gummies (June 2024)

Do not eat, sell, or serve any flavor of Diamond Shruumz- Brand Chocolate Bars, Cones, and Gummies. FDA’s investigation is ongoing.

 

Product

All flavors of Diamond Shruumz-brand products:

  • Microdosing Chocolate Bars
  • Infused Cones
  • Micro Dose and Macro Dose Gummies

Symptoms

People who became ill after eating Diamond Shruumz-brand products reported a variety of severe symptoms including seizures, central nervous system depression (loss of consciousness, confusion, sleepiness), agitation, abnormal heart rates, hyper/hypotension, nausea, and vomiting.

Stores Affected

Diamond Shruumz- brand products can be purchased online and in person at a variety of retail locations nationwide including smoke/vape shops, and at retailers that sell hemp-derived products such as cannabidiol (CBD) or delta-8 tetrahydrocannabinol (delta-8 THC). The full list of retailers is currently unknown, and FDA recommends that people do not purchase or consume any flavor of Diamond Shruumz-brand Chocolate Bars, Cones, or Gummies from any retail or online locations at this time.

Status

Ongoing. Updates to this advisory will be provided as they become available.

Recommendation

  • Consumers should not eat, sell, or serve any flavor of Diamond Shruumz-brand Chocolate Bars, Cones, or Gummies, and should discard them.
  • Consumers should check their homes and discard these products if found.
  • These products may appeal to children and teenagers. Parents and caregivers should consider discussing the information in this advisory with their children and take extra care to avoid these products being consumed by younger people. 
  • This product may appeal to children and teenagers as it is marketed as a candy. Parents and caregivers should consider discussing the information in this advisory with their children and take extra care to avoid this product being consumed by younger people.
  • Retailers should not sell or distribute any flavor of Diamond Shruumz-brand Chocolate Bars, Cones, or Gummies, and should hold the product in a secure location until additional instructions can be provided on how to return or safely dispose of the product.
  • If you become ill after consuming these products, please contact your healthcare provider and/or call the Poison Help Line at 1-800-222-1222. Let them know you have recently consumed the Diamond Shruumz-brand Chocolate Bars, Cones, and/or Gummies.
  • Healthcare providers should report these illnesses to their local health department and/or the Poison Help Line.

Current Update

June 11, 2024

The FDA and CDC, in collaboration with America’s Poison Centers and state and local partners, are investigating a series of illnesses associated with eating Diamond Shruumz-brand Chocolate Bars, Cones, and Gummies. 

As of June 10, 2024, additional Diamond Shruumz-brand products have been reported by people who became ill, including the Diamond Shruumz-brand Chocolate Bars, Cones, and Gummies. A total of 12 illnesses have been reported from eight states including AL (1), AZ (4), IN (2), KY (1), MO (1), NV (1), PA (1), and SC (1). All 12 people have reported seeking medical care; 10 have been hospitalized. No deaths have been reported. FDA is working to determine the cause of these illnesses and is considering the appropriate next steps. More information will be provided as it becomes available.


Case Counts

Total Illnesses: 12
Hospitalizations: 10
Deaths: 0
Last illness onset: June 9, 2024
States with Cases: AL, AZ, IN, KY, MO, NV, PA, SC

Product Distribution: Nationwide


Product Images

Sample Product Image from the Investigation of Illnesses Diamond Shruumz-Brand Microdosing Chocolate Bars, Cones, & Gummies (June 2024)
Sample Product Image from the Investigation of Illnesses Related to Diamond Shruumz-Brand Microdosing Chocolate Bars (June 2024)

Previous Update

June 7, 2024

The FDA and CDC, in collaboration with America’s Poison Centers and state and local partners, are investigating a series of illnesses associated with eating Diamond Shruumz-brand Microdosing Chocolate Bars. 

As of June 7, 2024, a total of eight illnesses have been reported from four states including AZ (4), IN (2), NV (1), and PA (1). All eight people have reported seeking medical care; six have been hospitalized. No deaths have been reported. FDA is working to determine the cause of these illnesses and is considering the appropriate next steps. More information will be provided as it becomes available.   

Who to Contact

Consumers who have symptoms should contact their health care provider to report their symptoms and/or the Poison Help line to receive care.

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