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Craigy990: As buysellfred posted after you, there is a subtle difference in wording. But it's all good...
Buysellfred: If these subtle wording weren't enough to check. When the FSA validation does come it will only apply to GB. Not here again I differentiate between GB and UK. i.e. the FSA validation doesn't apply to NI.
To be validated for NI they are still under EU rules for novel foods...
Don't "soz" buddy ! I'm sure a lot here may be suffering through other ailments - cbd seems to help many people - for me it helps my hands ? But nothing else ? I'm great full for the hands ! Every joint is important but people don't realise until your joints fail or "start" to fail :-( I'm sure I started to fail years ago due to meningitis so ANYTHING that can be of help is worth a lot to me for my on going issues - I class myself lucky in life (not money lol) I have been offered "pain killers "too but I am same ! If you take them you just don't know if more damage caused !! So im a pill free person - ill take the cbd products , if they help I'm happy bunny :-) Night night all - stay safe, take care.
Craig...I used to be on morphine a few yrs ago, for ankle pain, walking bone on bone/ arthritis...absolutely vile stuff. trashes just about every part of your body...and have to keep uping the dose over time for it to work..but dont mask the pain too much, you can do more damage without actually feeling it !
whereas, so far, the same amount of cbd over time has not needed to be increased... I now have another scan booked, this time a ct scan, for covid lung damage..poss copd. no amount of cbd is gonna fix that, so it has its limits. I think the real benefit may well turn out to be a better nights kip for most...and less anxiety.
Jesus you guys like mixing ! Im gonna have to open my eyes to it :-) I just like chewing and enjoying them ! I remember someone saying "couldn't stop eating them" or similar (sorry cr-p brain) they are lovely :-) Buysellfredmcfc- thank you - day off but on it 2moro - not looking 4ward to it :-( - take care all :-)
From buysellfredmcfc "Zoetic is making good progress towards meeting this regulatory obligation and anticipates doing so well ahead of the deadline on 31 March 2021" Doesn't that explain it ? Well ahead ? RollinHand? I'm not sure what's not to like - I oppologise if wrong but buysellfredmcfc seems to have explained quite well :-)
Just for the crack of it - ive been on gummies for a week - oil for at least a few months - if I was a test dummy I'm sold on it, I haven't had any weird side effects - I had meningitis when I was 4 years old and I used to hallucinate at night with Micheal bentines puppets at bottom of bed and on wardrobes (top of) was also unable to walk for a year - this stuff is good - I haven't seen the puppets since I was 4 -- now there's some testing for you :-) - just a bit of banter but it's true :-) im lucky to be here:-) for that im great full. Take care all. What will be will be, ive always said what a great board this is, I wish all a great return from there investment. If the FSA read this "im fine on Zoetics products" now let's get passed the pound !! Good night all :-)
Based solely upon the RNS, which should be correct. The application to validate is in on time, so no problem there. However, the new deal will require the actual authorisation rather than validation. To be honest, if I was the other party in the deal, I would want an authorised product rather than a validated product.
BuysellFred.. There may have been a slip-of-phraseology is the RNS regarding our UK deal.
You'll appreciate there is a distinction between "validation" and "authorisation" of products by the FSA.
From your quoted November RNS: "Following the FSA announcement that CBD companies must have a validated novel food application for each of their products"
However from your previous post quoting the UK deal RNS: "This contract is conditional on Zoetic achieving Food Standards Agency ('FSA') Novel Foods authorisation for its CBD product range. The Group is pleased to announce that progress has been made on this front, and the application for authorisation has now been submitted in accordance with FSA guidance"
It's not clear if that was a slip of terminology. i.e. the application for authorisation has been made - that's okay. But the UK deal is conditional on "authorisation". Does this really mean that we have to wait until FSA complete authorisation i.e. the 9-18 month period or do they really mean once the products are validated then the deal can go ahead whilst the process continues.
The Company is pleased to report that constructive progress has been made in the preparation of its novel foods application to the UK Food Standards Agency (the "FSA"). Following the FSA announcement that CBD companies must have a validated novel food application for each of their products, Zoetic is making good progress towards meeting this regulatory obligation and anticipates doing so well ahead of the deadline on 31 March 2021
This contract is conditional on Zoetic achieving Food Standards Agency ('FSA') Novel Foods authorisation for its CBD product range. The Group is pleased to announce that progress has been made on this front, and the application for authorisation has now been submitted in accordance with FSA guidance. Zoetic looks forward to updating the market in due course on this matter.
I would assume it wont be long, as obv we signed a UK deal which is dependant upon the licence...cant see us doing any deal if not confident of paperwork soon tbh..I think we were one of the first to apply..
Products that were on sale at the time of the FSA announcement 23rd February 2020 will only require "Validation"of their novel foods application by FSA to remain on sale past 31st March 2021 whilst they complete the process to "Authorisation". Any new products that come to the market will require to wait until "Authorised" before going on sale. We await our "Validation" step before end of this month as our application continues through the remaining process.
This is as I understand it.
This handy infographic from the ACI may be of use...
EFSA stopped the process for “real CBD” whilst the legal debates were ongoing, but continued to process synthetic applications. So not surprising synth one came out first, EFSA is, after the whole debacle was sorted out, continuing to accept and process plant extracted CBD applications again, and has been for a while.
Just a matter of time before our application is approved...
"Many UK CBD brands have been misled on how to prepare for the looming novel foods deadline meaning there is less than one month for some to pull together potentially impossible amounts of data, an industry expert has warned."
"Meanwhile, Pureis CBD, has become the first (synthetic) CBD company to receive a Validated Novel Food Application from European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the Food Standards Agency UK (FSA).
Over the course of 18 months and an excess of £1.5 million investment, Pureis CBD had already completed a full suite of studies necessary to meet and satisfy the EFSA and FSA UK when CBD was classed as a ‘novel food’."