We work closely with publications and associations that encompass the whole industry to provide objective, independent and informed market and regulatory analysis.
You will find some of our market and regulatory insights in the CBD Health & Wellness Magazine
You can also find regular articles from us focused on different aspects of CBD in the Cannavist Magazine
CBD-Intel’s independent analysis for the CBD sector has been reported in the press. Here is just a selection of our media coverage:
"Sources at CBD-Intel, a UK-based regulatory and market intelligence company for the CBD sector, commented, “As he prepares to depart, Gottlieb has hinted that his own preferred policy toward CBD would be a broadly tolerant one, encouraging study of higher concentrations for pharmaceutical applications and perhaps permitting lower ones for food and dietary supplements.”"
"But countries typically follow EFSA’s lead when creating national legislation, and some have already started taking enforcement action on CBD products. And the UK's Food Standards Agency has told CBD-Intel that it fully intends to enforce the guidance--no matter whether the UK is in the EU."
Cannabis Business Times
"CBD is not specifically regulated at EU level, which means each country can impose its own laws, a new analysis of the European legal situation from CBD-Intel reveals."
"“We don’t believe the regulatory outlook is bad, but it is uncertain, and it is rapidly changing as governments try to get their heads around this new market, and to understand the distinction between CBD and cannabis,” said Barnaby Page of CBD sector market intelligence firm CBD-Intel."
"UK’s Food Standards Agency has told CBD-Intel that it fully intends to enforce the guidance–no matter whether the UK is in the EU."
Marijuana Retail Report
"The CBD industry will be represented by Tim Phillips, Director of the CBD-intel platform who has expert international knowledge of different global outlooks of the CBD industry. "
"“Questo sondaggio è il primo di una serie di studi condotti da CBD-Intel sulle scelte e sui comportamenti dei consumatori di CBD – ha affermato Freddie Dawson, responsabile dei contenuti di CBD-Intel"
"Foreign producers are aware of the situation in Spain and are now “steering clear” of the market, according to the web site CBD-Intel."
""The novel food issue is a major one for the European CBD industry and there is no doubt that the details of Kannaway's authorisation in Bulgaria will be studied with interest by its competitors across the continent," said @Barnaby Page, editorial director at market intelligence firm @CBD-Intel."
"CBD-Intel looks across the Atlantic to discover that big American retailers are embracing all kinds of CBD products, including foods – despite a still unclear legal situation"
"Donna Shileds, [...] told CBD-Intel: "Healthcare is a topic and a career path that interests a lot of women, and women are already involved in it.""
Hemp & CBD Mag
"CBD-Intel submitted a Freedom of Information (FoI) request to European Union authorities seeking their current interpretation of the rules governing the use of hemp oils and CBD in cosmetic products such as creams and balms."
"...we have found that a rapidly-developing industry has an urgent need for authoritative, unbiased, in-depth coverage of markets and regulation,” said managing director Tim Phillips."
"A recent survey conducted by CBD-Intel has uncovered many of the perceptions and misconceptions that surround CBD."
High & Polite
"CBD-Intel reports that, in Steve Brine’s letter of resignation to Prime Minister Theresa May, he said he felt he had to resign in order to vote against the government on the handling of the UK’s departure from the EU."
"A recent study by market intelligence company CBD Intel has found that more women in the UK have tried CBD compared to their male counterparts."
"However this is not the consensual view in Europe at the moment with Joscha Krauss, chief executive of Berlin-based MH medical hemp telling market intelligence agency, CBD Intel, most CBD water contains a minuscule amount of cannabidiol in the first place, and much of this is rendered ineffective because of storage issues."