EU officials have delayed the approval of the plan to inject food and dietary supplements into CBD, but the UK health regulator said that there was no danger that thousands of CBD products on UK shelves would be removed immediately. Officials from the British Food Standards Agency (FSA) told nutracingredients that the decision of the European food safety agency of the EU this week will not affect the temporary sales license of about 5980 CBD products, and the FSA will review the safety information of these products. The FSA is sorting out about 900 safety files submitted by CBD manufacturers, including dietary supplements and functional foods. Currently, the FSA recommends that adults limit their CBD intake to 70 mg per day.
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