Food

The CBD-Intel Food hub provides CBD regulatory and market developments related to food, drink and dietary supplements.

A comparative analysis of state laws in the US

19th November 2020 - Presentations , Resources |

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Berta Camps Bisbal, CBD-Intel’s senior legal analyst, presented a comparative analysis of state laws in the US at CBD Live during VOXPO – Virtual Online Vape & CBD Expo on 18th November. She presented an overview of the federal farm bill as well as CBD at the federal level versus state level. You can now […]

Podcast: what can European markets do with CBD Novel Food applications?

2nd September 2020 - Podcasts , Resources |

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CBD-Intel managing director, Tim Phillips, discusses the main facts and issues surrounding CBD and Novel Food status in European markets. He presents the key aspects of the delay, the political issues and the impacts released on the European level and the future challenges for the sector.

Now that novel food applications in Europe are delayed, what does enforcement look like?

10th July 2020 - Blog |

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Enforcement activity against food, drink and dietary supplement products placed on the market containing CBD continues despite the inability of companies to proceed with novel food applications due to the EC’s questions over whether CBD constitutes a narcotic under the 1961 UN Single Convention on Narcotics.

How is the novel food status of CBD progressing in Europe?

3rd July 2020 - Blog |

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Several major developments have all happened at the same time for novel foods. Perhaps most importantly, one of the European Commission’s departments – the  Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety – has said it is holding sending any further non-synthetic CBD applications to the European Food Safety Authority for evaluation until it has determined whether CBD technically falls under the definition of a narcotic according to the 1961 UN Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs.

CBD and food products in the US: FAQs

29th January 2020 - Regulatory reports |

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This report identifies and answers some of the most important questions surrounding the legality and regulation of CBD and food in the US

Regulation of CBD in edibles: an international overview

25th November 2019 - Regulatory reports |

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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

The future of CBD-infused beverages is bright

7th August 2019 - Business briefing |

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Interest and investment in CBD beverages continues to grow despite some criticism of cannabis drinks in general; so far, the industry has struggled to get oil-based cannabinoids into water-based beverages without issues. But all of that is changing, rapidly…

CBD in foods: UK FSA set to issue guidance

1st March 2019 - Regulatory briefing |

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The UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) will issue further guidance next week on the use of cannabinoids as novel food ingredients