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Regulation of CBD in edibles: an international overview

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Published: 25th November 2019 | No. pages: 56
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Description

The CBD industry navigates a complex and changing regulatory landscape across the world, with parts of the industry operating in a grey area.

This is particularly the case for one of the most popular product categories on the market: edibles. More specifically, edibles containing CBD isolates and CBD-containing extracts.

This report sheds some light on this grey area, with information we have obtained through our conversations with industry stakeholders and governments in key markets – from Europe, where products must comply with the EU’s novel foods regulation – to Australia, where they are completely banned.

CBD-Intel does not provide legal, strategic or investment advice. Tamarind Media Limited, the publisher of CBD-Intel, does not accept any liability or responsibility for information or views published.

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Reasons to buy

This report will facilitate the early identification and knowledge of regulatory requirements in each of the countries analysed, which will allow you to ensure timely implementation of prompt actions and processes that are – or could be required by each country’s law.

Familiarise yourself with each countries’ interpretation of the EU Novel Food Catalogue and find out where the use of CBD in food is permitted and prohibited.

Table of contents

1 Introduction
2 Europe
2.1 Countries in the EU
2.2. EU Novel Food Regulation for edibles that contain cannabinoids
2.3 What is ‘food’?
2.4 When are novel foods ‘novel’?
2.5 The Novel Food Catalogue
2.6 Authorisation process
2.7 Relevant legislation
3 Africa / Asia / Australasia
4 The Americas

Methodology

This research is completely original and conducted by the CBD-Intel multilingual legal analysis team using several sources, including: online and offline resources and data, specialised legal software, interviews with key stakeholders and government officials, and via collaboration with local lawyers and on-the-ground professionals.

The report will also analyse obscure and controversial areas around CBD edibles, and interpret the law to help the reader with what is required from them in terms of compliance. This is done by obtaining the official interpretation, and then comparing it with our analysis and reality on the ground. The analysis contained in our reports is fundamentally based on our existing knowledge and experience in the sector.

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Description

The CBD industry navigates a complex and changing regulatory landscape across the world, with parts of the industry operating in a grey area.

This is particularly the case for one of the most popular product categories on the market: edibles. More specifically, edibles containing CBD isolates and CBD-containing extracts.

This report sheds some light on this grey area, with information we have obtained through our conversations with industry stakeholders and governments in key markets – from Europe, where products must comply with the EU’s novel foods regulation – to Australia, where they are completely banned.

CBD-Intel does not provide legal, strategic or investment advice. Tamarind Media Limited, the publisher of CBD-Intel, does not accept any liability or responsibility for information or views published.

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