Hemp merchandise are actually regulated in Colorado like meals elements
The Colorado law now provides that hemp products such as food ingredients are regulated.
Gov. John Hickenlooper signed House Bill 1295 on Wednesday, which establishes an 11-month-old government policy that applies existing food manufacturing guidelines to products such as hemp oil-enriched coffee and hemp extracts that are rich in the non-psychoactive ingredient cannabidiol.
Beyond the codification of existing policies, the bill "hemp products are not considered to be adulterated or classified as incorrect" was seen as a new step in protecting the emerging industrial hemp industry of the state, since the legality of the plant is being discussed at federal level.
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