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Mixing Food In Legislation Changing US FDA Cannabinoid Rules Could Choke Its Progress

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Making lawful the use of hemp cannabinoids in supplements and food is a step in the right direction, but including food may doom it, say industry stakeholders. As well, CRN CEO Steve Mister notes FDA has stated reservations about using cannabinoids in food.

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