Chanelle McCoy Health Claims Leadership In UK CBD Market Following FSA List Inclusion
Irish synthetic cannabidiol supplier and Pureis brand owner Chanelle McCoy Health says early inclusion on the UK food regulator's list of validated CBD products sets the company apart from the competition. Meanwhile, an additional CBD supplier - Rokshaw - has also been added.
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Summer 2024 is the earliest that the UK Food Standards Agency expects CBD applications to be fully authorized, according to its most recent board meeting. However, even this belated deadline could slip if the Home Office complicates matters or if the FSA is flooded with other regulated product applications. Meanwhile, the official CBD list has swelled to over 12,000 products, with thousands now validated and a few “removed” by mistake.
The Food Standards Agency's list of validated and on-hold CBD products will soon see a significant update, says CEO Emily Miles. Those not on the list will be targeted for removal.
Two more CBD suppliers have made it onto the UK FSA's list of validated novel food applications, bringing the total up to 78 products. More may follow next week, according to Canna Consultants’ Stephen Oliver.