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What's Next for CBD in Food and Beverages?

Cannabis Industry Education Series
April 17, 2019 11:30am1:00pm
Farella Braun + Martel

235 Montgomery Street
17th Floor
San Francisco

Jeffrey Hamilton will speak at our April Cannabis Industry Education Series discussing "What's Next for CBD in Food and Beverages?"

Join our discussion on how to navigate the uncertain regulatory landscape that manufacturers and retailers need to know when considering whether to produce or sell food and beverages containing CBD, including:

  • the status of CBD as a food ingredient and/or dietary supplement under federal and California law
  • upcoming and proposed regulatory changes
  • additional “do’s and don’ts” when considering getting into the industry

Click here for more information.

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