The Idaho State Department of Agriculture (ISDA) is asking all retail stores to remove hemp-derived animal food products – including CBD – from the shelf by Nov. 1.

“We rely a lot on our partners at the FDA who have not recognized hemp as an approved ingredient,” ISDA Administrator of Plant Industries, Lloyd Knight said. “Once the FDA lists it as an approved ingredient, then we can list it as an approved ingredient. Unless there is some sort of policy move ahead of that at the state level that wants to list it as an approved ingredient.”

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