The Czech Republic is to start taking action against ingestible cannabinoid products in a move believed to be part of a general tightening of enforcement of regulations before the country takes the plunge and makes the big regulatory change of legalising recreational cannabis.

The Czech Ministry of Agriculture has issued a statement saying CBD and other cannabinoids obtained from hemp are not approved for use in food, and, for this reason, the State Agricultural and Food Inspection Authority (SZPI) will enforce a ban on sales of food and supplements which contain them. 

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