Congressional Research Suggests Additional Layer Of Complexity In FDA’s Cannabinoid Puzzle
Congressional Research Service report says in addition to markets for hemp from fiber, seeds and flowers, “a separate, marketable category exists for the plant’s extracted compounds.” Ingredients from hemp seeds and grains as well as from flowers are alternative protein sources in supplements, foods and beverages and dairy alternatives.
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