Because the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says that CBD-infused foods and dietary supplements cannot be lawfully sold or marketed in the United States, we’re left with a patchwork of often inconsistent state laws. One of the areas where there can be the biggest differences is in CBD product labels. Complying with CBD label requirements in each state of sale is a grueling – though necessary – task.
We’ve said for a long time that CBD companies need to deeply understand label laws in every state of sale. Because these laws are all over the place, companies usually opt to follow the most stringent rules, such as those imposed by Indiana, Texas, and Utah. Today, I want to cover the top six requirements for CBD product labels that tend to flow across all of these most stringent states.
CBD label requirement 1: the FDA’s general labeling requirements
All states that allow CBD products require that CBD product labels comply with Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) label requirements. The FDCA requires product labels to contain four basic elements:
An identity statement (as the name implies, this indicates what the product is); A net weight statement; A list of all
Read full article on HarrisBricken