Hawaii is becoming one of the latest states to clamp down on CBD and consumable hemp products. The state is proposing several regulations, following in the footsteps of other states like Virginia and Texas that have also suggested certain regulations after the FDA largely decided not to regulate CBD itself.
Hawaii’s HB 2102 would take several notable measures. For one, a hemp processor registry would be established for any products derived from hemp. Hemp processors and retailers would not be allowed to make any health claims regarding their hemp claims that are deemed unwarranted. Furthermore, the sale of any hemp products to anyone below the age of 21 would be prohibited.
The proposals regarding labeling are also worth sharing. Products would need to be labeled properly for them to be legally sold in Hawaii and the packaging would also be required to have certain warning statements on them.
To read more about Hawaii’s proposed CBD and hemp regulations, please visit https://wholefoodsmagazine.com/supplements/news-supplements/hawaii-becomes-latest-state-to-propose-cbd-regulations/. How do you feel about these regulations? Do you think they will assist customers in having a better understanding of what they are purchasing when they decide to take the plunge and delve into the growing world of CBD?
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