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Review UK’s ‘Onerous’ CBD Novel Food Process, Says Parliamentary Group

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The UK Food Standards Agency should look again at its novel food process for CBD to level the playing field for home-grown companies competing against foreign investment, according to a group of UK politicians. 

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