Posted November 26, 2019

FDA Warns Companies Selling CBD Products as Dietary Supplements

On November 25, 2019, the FDA issued warning letters to 15 companies for selling products containing CBD (cannabidiol) labeled and marketed as dietary supplements, and/or for making drug claims about these products. In the letters, the agency emphasized that CBD is not permitted to be sold as a dietary supplement and cannot be added to food.

In the letters, the agency emphasized that CBD is not permitted to be sold as a dietary supplement and cannot be added to food. More details about this can be found in the Legality section of the CBD and Hemp Extracts Review.

Companies that received a warning letter include the following (use the links below to read the full warning letter):
The FDA raised concerns about the safety of CBD products and issued strong warnings to other sellers of CBD in October 2019.

See Related Warnings:

FDA Issues Strong Warnings to Sellers of CBD

FDA Warns Seller of CBD Lotions, Patches, Tinctures and Pet Products

Company Marketing CBD for Use in Infants and Children Gets Strong Warning

Hemp Oil and Cannabidiol (CBD) Marketers Warned by FDA Over Claims

Cannabis Compound Not Permitted in Supplements, FDA Warns

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