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New CBD safety certification initiative launched

Following the Food Standards Agency (FSA) giving the CBD industry a deadline of March 31, 2021, to submit valid novel food authorisation applications The Association for the Cannabinoid Industry (The ACI) have outlined new plans for The ACI Safety Certification programme.

After March 31 next year, only products which have submitted a valid application will be allowed to remain on the market. The authorisation process ensures novel foods meet legal standards, including on safety and content.

Essentially the FSA’s new safety regulations excludes all CBD food products from sale in the UK without a validated Novel Foods application dossier. 

Sativa Group Plc (NEX:SATI) is the UK’s leading quoted CBD Wellness and medicinal cannabis group with five operating subsidiaries. Goodbody Botanicals provides CBD products online and to retail markets including pharmacies, wellness stores and grocers. Goodbody Wellness is a high-street retail brand with dedicated CBD Wellness stores providing a premium shopping experience to consumers. Tessellate Collective is a direct-selling network marketing platform servicing consumers at home. Phytovista laboratories provides independent testing of CBD products to both external customers and fellow Group businesses. Sativa Grow holds a Controlled Drug licence and cultivates cannabis plants to fulfill its partnership agreement with King’s College London to research the impact of cannabinoids on inflammation and respiratory conditions.

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