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Irish warn of requirement for EU novel food authorisation for CBD oil

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) has explained to those selling CBD/hemp oil which types of products now need to gain an EU novel food authorisation - or be removed from the market.

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Companies selling certain types of Cannabidiol (CBD) or hemp oil have been advised that, depending on how the oil has been manufactured, they may have to seek a novel food authorisation for their products through the EU system.


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