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The need for safe, high-quality, truthful cannabinoid products has never been greater. Through quality, science, scale, and innovation, Folium Biosciences is unlocking the full potential of hemp and is committed to delivering highly refined Broad Spectrum Hemp Oil (0.0% THC) and Full Spectrum Hemp Oil with transparency, excellence, and expertise you won’t find anywhere else in the market. Folium Biosciences is often asked to contribute to various media outlets and answer questions about CBD and the world of hemp. As part of our commitment to always deliver the Truth in HempTM, we are pleased to share the latest resources, information, and company news needed to stay updated on our marketplace. 

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Folium Biosciences’ General Counsel, Craig Brand Presents Closing Remarks at FDA Hearings on CBD

The FDA is taking its first step in setting new regulations for cannabis Friday, holding a public hearing to dive into what its regulatory strategy should address. FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb has expressed concerns about companies making claims of the health benefits of CBD. But he also recognizes regulations are needed to provide clarity for companies that want to market cannabis products. Potential safety issues are expected to be a major topic at the hearing. (Fox Business)

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Chat News Today: New Cannabis Company Coming to Medicine Hat

A surprise announcement at Tuesday’s annual State of the City address, as hemp oil manufacturer Folium Biosciences is the newest large company to make the move to Medicine Hat. Near the end of his address in front of a packed room of hundreds of community leaders, Mayor Ted Clugston announced two plants will be constructed over the next year, which will bring 250 full-time positions once opened.

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Medicine Hat News: Major cannabinoid plant to be built in Medicine Hat

Hemp oil producer Folium Biosciences is planning to build an extraction and processing facility in Medicine Hat this year, bringing with it 250 full-time jobs, officials with the Colorado-based company announced Tuesday. The news, delivered at the Mayor’s State of the City Address, caused a major stir among the several hundred attendees.