No Plans To Remove CBD Products From Shelves, Says UK Food Regulator
CBD products already on the UK market are safe for now, as the country's Food Standards Agency says it will not take action while it works out how to implement the new European Union novel food regulations.
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BREAKING NEWS: UK food regulator, FSA, has given CBD firms until the 31 March 2021 to submit valid novel food applications under new EU rules. FSA says it will not take products off shelves until then, but has also warned some consumers against taking CBD due to "potential adverse health effects."
The UK's burgeoning CBD industry is responding positively to recent news that the Food Standards Agency will not crack down on unlicensed CBD products.
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