For one month, Maine hemp farmers had the state's CBD-infused food market to themselves, but a law change has reopened it to out-of-state growers.

New legislation has reopened Maine’s CBD foods market to out-of-state hemp growers.

Maine’s 165 state-licensed hemp farmers have had the growing market of CBD-infused edibles and beverages to themselves since August.

That is when a new state law made it illegal for Mainers to infuse a latte or even a dog biscuit with cannabidiol, or CBD, made from out-of-state hemp. 

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Penelope Overton ~ PressHerald.com

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