Section 201(ff) of the FD&C Act defines dietary supplements to exclude products that contain active drug ingredients (ie, ingredients that have been approved under section 505 of the

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The hemp industry is growing on a global scale with many private equity groups, investors, venture capitalists, industry leaders, and established corporations seeking to take advantage of consumer and commercial opportunities in this industry. However, many hemp producers, investors, and corporations alike worry about complying with the hemp regulations since there is an inconsistent patchwork at the state and local level and complex, evolving federal regulations.
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