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Downer? Could the UK Psychoactive Substances Act spell disaster for the food & supplements industry?

February 26, 2016, Nutra Ingredients

Brian Kelly is quoted extensively in this Nutra Ingredients article discussing the UK Psychoactive Substances Act and its possible effect on the food supplements industry. According to Kelly, “Despite criticism and proposed amendments about unintended targets the law has been pushed through. It’s a poorly drafted law when it comes to food.” He continues, “You don’t need to be a lawyer to see how subjective the definitions and exemptions are.”

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