In full effect California's new labeling requirements for CBD products went into effect under Assembly Bill 45 ("AB 45"), which legalized the addition of hemp-derived CBD to foods, beverages, supplements dietary and cosmetic products in California.
11926.2. (a) An industrial hemp product that is a dietary supplement, food, or beverage shall not be distributed or sold in the state without packaging and labeling on the product that includes all of the following information:
- A label, scannable barcode, internet website, or quick response (QR) code linked to the certificate of analysis of the final form product batch by an independent testing laboratory
- The product expiration or best by date, if applicable.
- A statement indicating that children or those who are pregnant or breastfeeding should avoid using the product prior to consulting with a health care professional about its safety.
- A statement that products containing cannabinoids should be kept out of reach of children.
- The following statement, “THE FDA HAS NOT EVALUATED THIS PRODUCT FOR SAFETY OR EFFICACY.”
(b) The requirements of this section shall apply to products manufactured 90 days or more after the enactment of this section
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