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European CBD Company Reacts to the EFSA’s Decision to Halt Novel Foods Process

Susanne Caspar, CEO of Linnea, a Switzerland-based CBD company, tells Analytical Cannabis what comes next after the EFSA's recent decision.

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Oregon Bans Synthetic Cannabis

Oregon is set to become the first US state to ban the sale of synthetic cannabinoid products.

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European Food Standards Agency Halts CBD Novel Foods Applications

Before the announcement, the European agency had been processing 19 applications for CBD products, all of which are now in limbo.

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Vermont Approves its First Testing Lab For Recreational Cannabis

Regulators in Vermont have reportedly licensed the state’s first recreational cannabis testing lab.

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The Promising Future of Cannabis Testing Laboratories

Kimberly Ross, the chief scientific officer at Peak Compliance, explores the future of cannabis testing in the US, should federal legalization take effect.

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British Columbia to Decriminalize Opioids, Cocaine, and MDMA

From next year, Canadians living in the province of British Columbia will be able to possess opioids, cocaine, methamphetamine, and MDMA, the country’s government has announced.

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Cannabis Cultivators Brace for Fertilizer Shortage as Russian War in Ukraine Continues

Without easy access to fertilizer, the cannabis industry is warning of increased production prices, lower crop yields, and likely an increased price for cannabis at the point of purchase.

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Underage Cannabis Use Becomes More Common After Legalization, Study Finds

Young people are more likely to begin using cannabis once recreational cannabis laws are passed in their state, a new study published in Addiction has found.

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Connecticut Sets its Allowable Levels of Yeast and Mold in Cannabis Products

A state legislative committee gave final approval on Tuesday, May 24, to set the permissible levels of yeast and mold to 100,000 colony-forming units per gram.

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