An article published by Corron et al. aims to help manufacturers understand the basic framework for FDA labelling and marketing regulations of CBD products, in a bid to reduce public health risks.
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In a major statistical analysis of existing data and studies, the study authors concluded that there are large gaps in the scientific knowledge of this high-demand, multi-purpose crop.
Innova Market Insights has pointed towards new ingredients as 'stars' in consumer trends, said to be driven by rising consumer familiarity and acceptance of their roles and potential benefits.
Cannabis & CBD Edibles: Understanding current testing methods and resources available to support new users
This webinar will introduce the audience to the cannabis and CBD industry and the analytical challenges of testing edible samples.
The 2020 Leafy greens STEC Action Plan is designed to outline FDA's plans to protect the safety of leafy greens, and the agency has also released updates on its research efforts and plans to educate consumers about CBD products.
In CFS’s original 2019 Hemp CBD Scorecard, the majority of the CBD companies evaluated received a failing - or near failing - grade, but now the vast majority received an A grade.
Research from Mintel has suggested that, since its legalisation in late 2018, the cannabis market in Canada will boom in 2020, with edibles and drinkables becoming evermore popular.
There is debate over whether CBD oils offer health benefits, which can be attributed to its rising popularity. But the assessment of CBD oils is a complex task, particularly due to the potential for oils to contain undeclared traces of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol. Six experts from the University of Chemistry and Technology,…
Despite the growing popularity of CBD, some products might disappear from UK shelves next year, as the Food Standards Agency sets deadline for valid novel food applications.
The study, which surveyed 870 Canadians aged 16 to 30, found that most consumers could not identify whether a cannabis edible contained ‘low’ or ‘high’ levels of THC based on the label.
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced the availability of two programmes that aim to protect hemp producers’ crops from natural disasters.
Researchers from Cornell University studied hemp from two sites to determine whether the difference in growing conditions affected THC levels.