Colorado Hemp Company Outsmarts Big Pharma-FDA Bid To Shut Down "CBD" Industry
New Term Changes the Game For Supplement Companies Who Wish To Stay In Business
 
By:Jake Fogg 
 

A Colorado man may have found a way to save the cannabis supplement industry from huge losses inflicted by a major pharmaceuticals company that just acquired FDA approval to sell a CBD based drug on the market.

Attorneys familiar with federal regulatory matters expect GW Pharmaceuticals to soon pressure the FDA to shut down producers of cannabidiol (CBD).

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By: NOEL BRINKERHOFF
 
Virtually all of the food imported into the United States reaches consumers without being inspected by the federal government, putting the nation at risk of exposure to food-borne illnesses.
 
An investigation by FairWarning and Investigative News Network (INN) found that Food and Drug Administration (FDA) inspectors allow nearly all food imports to enter the country without undergoing visual examination.
 
“The FDA has been outgunned and overmatched for years as a rising tide of imported food has found a place at the U.S. dinner table,” FairWarning’s Rick Schmitt wrote. “Because of budget constraints ordinarily only 1 percent to 2 percent of food imports are physically inspected by the agency at the border each year.”
 
The incredibly low inspection rate is particularly alarming considering that food imports have been steady growing in the U.S.
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