The Cannabis Trades Association (CTA) is to launch a systematic campaign of political and media engagement to keep the pressure on the Foods Standards Agency (FSA) not to attempt to enforce any move against the CBD industry based on the ‘Novel Foods’ issue. Any such enforcement could hit millions of...
Following a successful meeting with the Foods Standards Agency in November, some reassuring news has been released that provides clarity on the sale of Cannabis related goods in the UK. On the 15th November 2019 the Cannabis Trades Association (CTA), led by CTA Director Tom Whettem (CEO – British C...
Association will not submit a Novel Foods ApplicationFollowing the changes to the Novel Foods Regulations and the uncertainty as to if the scope of the  regulations would include all cannabinoids and extracts of cannabis. The Cannabis Trades Association is opposed to submitting a Novel Foo...
Please see our update on the progress made after March's visit to Brussels...Article BRUSSELS - MH - FTCh - CTA LINK - March 2019.pdf
This is our official response to Government regarding a recent petition.  The petition was labelled "Keep CBD on the market as a food supplement."  We are continuing to work with our partners in Government and look forward to updating shortly.  OResponse to petition.pdf
CTA Position remains unchanged on Cannabidiol as a Novel Food Following a meeting between the Cannabis Trades Association and the Food Standards Agency, the Board of Directors CTA release the following statement: “After many phone calls with FSA the CTA finally met again on the 4th of March....