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Experts say

"UK government has failed to plot a course for cannabinoids"

In a report, which will be launched by the UK’s Minister for Science, Research & Innovation, experts have called on Government to turbocharge UK cannabinoid innovation as they claim it has – so far – taken a “disinterested” attitude to the sector.

“It is not sustainable or acceptable for the UK Government to continue to take an uncoordinated, disinterested or laissez faire attitude to the sector as a whole, as it has done since the cannabis sector’s 2018 inception.”

These are the words of a new report published today, which has recommended 20 ways in which the UK can become a world leader in cannabinoid innovation.  

From Containment to Nurturing: How the UK can become a world leader in cannabinoid innovation was commissioned by The Centre for Medicinal Cannabis and the Association for the Cannabinoid Industry (ACI). It is authored by renowned regulatory thinker Professor Christopher Hodges and will be launched with a speech by George Freeman MP, Minister for Science, Research & Innovation – the first ever ministerial address to the legal cannabis sector.

To read the complete article, go to www.newfoodmagazine.com

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