With CBD Poised To Become A Novel Food In Europe, Industry Must Think Ahead To Gain Advantage
Europe's dynamic CBD market could soon see tighter regulation, after the European Commission (EC) last month added the ingredient to its Novel Food Catalogue. Regulatory expert Janet Worrell argues that the time is now for CBD industry players to act to get ahead of this potentially transformative development.
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