Remedy Review published an article written by hemp law attorneys Tyler Russell and Allen Trask.
As the title implies, "4 Things Hemp Lawyers Want You to Know Before You Sell CBD Products" is an explanatory list of things retailers should be aware of when selling CBD. From the article:
Hemp-Derived CBD is Legal, but That’s Not the End of the Story.
The 2018 Farm Bill ushered in a new era for the domestic production, transportation, and sale of hemp and CBD products. But, it did not fully resolve all legal and regulatory questions for the industry. To the contrary, CBD and CBD products are now subject to a host of new laws and regulations. The Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) has clearly stated its position that it is unlawful to introduce food containing added CBD or THC into interstate commerce, or to market CBD or THC products as, or in, dietary supplements, regardless of whether the substances are hemp-derived. Both the FDA and the Federal Trade Commission have issued warning letters to producers and sellers of CBD retail products. And, many state-level regulators have decided to follow the FDA’s lead on this issue.
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