FDA Releases Revised CBD Consumer Update

The CBD industry has undergone massive growth since the 2018 Hemp Farming Act made the cultivation of industrial hemp legal. Driven by immense demand for hemp extract cannabidiol, the sector has grown extremely quickly in quite a limited span of time, and regulatory authorities have been left scrambling to catch up.

In a bid to rein in a sector that some have dubbed a wild west, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has sent a second batch of warning letters to several companies that sell CBD-infused products. The 15 companies were cautioned against the illegal sale of cannabidiol products that according to the FDA, violate the…

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