An application has been lodged with Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ) to alter the Australian food code to allow for the use and sale of low-THC hemp leaf, seed sprouts and roots for human consumption.

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Cannabiz reports The application was lodged by cannabis law reformer Andrew Kavasilas, who joined forces with Hemp Fields, an industrial hemp producer which operates a low-THC cannabis (hemp) research and development facility in Australia. Here’s the application A1236 AAR   Read the full Cannabiz report at Application to open new markets for hemp producers submitted to FSANZ

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Source : An application has been lodged with Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ) to alter the Australian food code to allow for the use and sale of low-THC hemp leaf, seed sprouts and roots for human consumption.

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