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Novel Foods Webinar Watch Now and Key Resources

Thanks for those who attended our latest Novel Foods Webinar.

For those who missed it, or would like to watch again, here’s the recording of the session.

During the session Lead Scientific Officer Andrew Megahy shared some information on great resources for those dealing with Novel Foods, highlighted below:

Guidance for the preparation of a Novel Foods Application

Section 2.3 lays out the requirements for Production Processes, with how much detail is required and some examples of what sort of processes should be included.

Government guidance on analytical limits for controlled cannabinoids

Relevant for Novel Foods AND cosmetics. Basically, reiterates the 1mg of controlled substance per container but updated to be clearer and easier to implement. Main points covered are; Definition of Psychoactive compounds, concentrations of them, ‘combining factors’ when there is presence of multiple compounds, and calculation guidance for analyses (method of detection).

If you have any further questions on the process, email info@alwayspureorganics.com or fill in our contact form and one of our specialised sales team will be in touch.

Thanks for those who attended our latest Novel Foods Webinar.

For those who missed it, or would like to watch again, here’s the recording of the session.

During the session Lead Scientific Officer Andrew Megahy shared some information on great resources for those dealing with Novel Foods, highlighted below:

Guidance for the preparation of a Novel Foods Application

Section 2.3 lays out the requirements for Production Processes, with how much detail is required and some examples of what sort of processes should be included.

Government guidance on analytical limits for controlled cannabinoids

Relevant for Novel Foods AND cosmetics. Basically, reiterates the 1mg of controlled substance per container but updated to be clearer and easier to implement. Main points covered are; Definition of Psychoactive compounds, concentrations of them, ‘combining factors’ when there is presence of multiple compounds, and calculation guidance for analyses (method of detection).

If you have any further questions on the process, email info@alwayspureorganics.com or fill in our contact form and one of our specialised sales team will be in touch.

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Harriet Brown

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