FDA Sends Warning Letters to Four Companies for Selling Unapproved CBD Products


On May 26, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sent warning letters to Free State Oils, Kingdom Harvest, Kahm CBD, and Hope Botanicals for illegally selling unapproved animal drugs containing cannabidiol (CBD) that are intended for use in food-producing animals. In its letter, the FDA explained that there is currently a lack of research available on the residual amount of CBD in  human foods, such as meat, milk, and eggs, produced by animals that consume an unapproved CBD drug. The FDA called on these companies to cease violating federal law within 15 days. Read the FDA’s news release here.  


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