Europe Continues Clampdown On Unauthorized CBD Supplements
Numerous European countries are continuing to crack down on the sale of unauthorized CBD food products on safety grounds, an analysis by HBW Insight reveals. Germany and Denmark are leading the way in submitting reports to Europe's Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed.
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Dietary supplements containing unauthorized or unsafe substances, including heavy metals at excessive levels, were reported to the European Commission by national regulators on more than 40 occasions in the third quarter of 2023.
With no CBD product yet approved under Europe’s novel foods regulation, Belgium is cracking down on unauthorized supplements and alerting its neighbors, an analysis by HBW Insight reveals.
A recent court case and an upcoming federal election promise movement in Germany's cannbidiol market, stated Joscha Krauss, CEO of local manufacturer MH Medical Hemp GmbH, at the 18th European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA) Annual Conference.