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Due to new European Commission regulations, all EU payment providers are no longer able to allow to work with a business that provides CBD.
It has been reported that the UK was one of a group of countries which requested an update to the catalogue, due to a previous lack of clarity of the status of CBD and other hemp-derived products. The change has been followed by news that the UK Food Standards Agency will now seek to have CBD food products removed from shelves while the current application to authorise its use is considered. This may leave consumers unable to access CBD, and producers unable to sell products for up to 18 months.
At present, a novel food application for CBD is under consideration with the European Food Safety Agency (ESFA), to authorise the use of CBD in food supplements for adults with a daily intake of up to 130 mg. The opinion of the ESFA is expected from March 2019. If the application is successful, the European Commission must draft an implementing act authorising the use of the product within seven months.
Until a further update from the EU, consumers, vendors and manufacturers may find that the sale of CBD oils, supplements and food is disrupted.