The Farm Bill did much to liberate hemp and CBD–but not everything it could have. The FDA still has regulatory authority here. That is, if they choose to wield it.
FDA’s top official on Wednesday announced a new working group within his agency to improve oversight of the dietary supplement industry.
The bill passes both the Senate and U.S. House of Representatives, and is expected to be signed into law by the president in the coming week.
The documented increase in consumption of fruits and vegetables—and higher test scores—among American schoolchildren will give way to more refined carbs, sodium and sugar.
The hemp provision will remove hemp from the federal list of controlled substances.
Experts say move would disrupt nonpartisan support system for American food and agriculture.
New Hope Network's in-house standards team upholds the integrity of our industry.
Harbin Pharmaceutical plans to invest $300 million, but it’s not clear when the deal will close.