UK CBD Limbo Continues – Full List Of ‘Legal’ Products Delayed Until June
A provisional list of CBD products that can continue to legally be sold in the UK has been issued by the Food Standards Agency. However the list currently only includes products from three suppliers and will not be complete until June 2021, meaning the vast majority of companies face a nervy wait.
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