California bill to allow hemp-derived CBD in cosmetics

Nagoya Protcoll in the cosmetics sector:Opened hand with a transparent cube showing a red paragraph sign

Nagoya Protcoll in the cosmetics sector:Opened hand with a transparent cube showing a red paragraph signAccording to Food and Drug Law Access the assembly Bill 228 is a promising piece of legislation that could soon bring an end to California’s prohibition on adding hemp-derived CBD to foods, beverages, and cosmetics. The bill, in its current form, would add two provisions to the California Health and Safety Code clarifying that food, beverages, and cosmetics are “not adulterated by the inclusion of industrial hemp, as defined in Section 11018.5, or cannabinoids, extracts, or derivatives from industrial hemp.” The provisions would further provide that such items “that include industrial hemp or cannabinoids, extracts, or derivatives from industrial hemp shall not be restricted or prohibited based solely on the inclusion of industrial hemp or cannabinoids, extracts, or derivatives from industrial hemp.”

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