The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) is presenting a unique, two-day Hemp-CBD Supplement Congress to provide critical information for companies navigating the rapidly evolving legal, regulatory and financial landscapes to manufacture and market dietary supplement products with hemp or hemp-derived ingredients including cannabidiol (CBD).
Updates from FDA and USDA
USDA Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) senior marketing specialist William Richmond is scheduled to present an update on USDA efforts related to the recent decriminalization of hemp.
FDA has also committed to present an update on the agency's ongoing efforts to design and implement a regulatory framework to ensure informed access to safe, legal products.
This session is sponsored by Greenspoon Marder LLP and will be moderated by Jessica Wasserman, a partner in the International, Government Relations and Cannabis Law practice.
Early-bird discount code (register by July 15): EarlyBird
cGMP and NDI-GRAS Workshops
AHPA’s Hemp-CBD Congress features a full-day of presentations and discussions on Friday, August 16 and two, half-day workshops on Thursday, August 15 that will cover:
How to comply with FDA’s current good manufacturing practice (cGMP) requirements for dietary supplements – training by EAS Consulting Group.
New dietary ingredient (NDI) notifications and generally recognized as safe (GRAS) for hemp as a food additive and dietary ingredient – presented by AIBMR Life Sciences.
Industry experts and government officials will present on a host of issues impacting hemp-CBD companies, including:
Getting to Market: Hemp Supply Chain Management
Overcoming Regulatory Obstacles: Challenges with FDA, USDA and Individual States
A Primer on FDA Regulation of Hemp-CBD Supplements
The Hemp-CBD Supplement Market: A Financial Snapshot
Hemp-CBD Supplements from the Retailers' Perspective
Compliance with FDA’s cGMP Requirements for Dietary Supplements -- presented by EAS Consulting Group
NDI Notification and GRAS for Hemp-CBD Ingredient Workshop -- presented by AIBMR
Become a Sponsor Partner
Your tax-deductible sponsorship of AHPA's Hemp-CBD Supplement Congress supports the important work of the American Herbal Products Association. Sponsors will be recognized in all marketing materials, PR and onsite throughout the event. For information on individual and corporate sponsorships, contact Amber Bennett at email@example.com.