Florida Dept of Agriculture & Consumer Services: Update on Hemp Transportation & Other Issues

Florida Dept of Agriculture & Consumer Services: Update on Hemp Transportation & Other Issues

Important Hemp Transportation Information If you are transporting hemp in any form into the state of Florida, you must stop at an Agriculture Inspection Station and have the following paperwork: Phytosanitary certificate COA showing the total THC Delta 9 Bill of sale What Is an Agricultural Inspection Station? https://www.fdacs.gov/Agriculture-Industry/Agricultural-Inspection-Stations The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services’ Office of Agricultural Law Enforcement operates 23 agricultural inspection stations to protect Florida’s agriculture and ensure a safe food supply. There’s a station on every paved highway going into and out of the state. The stations are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. They are staffed by law enforcement officers whose main duty is to prevent plant and animal pests and diseases and unsafe food from entering Florida. Who Has to Stop at an Inspection Station? The following vehicles must stop and submit to inspection: Trucks, Rental trucks, Vans, Trailers AND Any vehicles carrying agricultural, horticultural or livestock products Rules Update Food Safety Rule which covers processing, manufacturing, distributing, and retailing. The Food Safety Rule has been filed for adoption.  PDF of final rule and guidelines are attached. Hemp extract (CBD intended for ingestion) has been incorporated into existing Florida…

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