How the new regulations on CBD will impact cosmetics

By Becky Bargh | 27-Apr-2022

Cellular Goods, backed by David Beckham, is just one of the casualties of the UK CBD crackdown which will have to remove products from the market – but how will the new standard imposed by the Food Standards Agency impact other cosmetic brands?

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David Beckham-backed Cellular Goods has pulled the plug on its range of CBD ingestibles.

Meg Mathews, the beauty entrepreneur and founder of MegsMenopause, will also be forced to take her cannabinoid supplements off the market, while prostar golfer Darren Clark’s CBD gummies and oils are another casualty to the market.

But why?

All of the above-mentioned brands have fallen foul of the Food Standard Agency’s (FSA) new regulations, which require

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