Gluten-Free Labeling On Cannabis Edibles is Unregulated

With no FDA regulation, that label doesn’t mean what you think it means.

I have Celiac Disease which means that gluten-free labeling standards aren’t actually stringent enough for me. United States labeling laws allow for a product to have up to 20 ppm which means that for people who are extremely sensitive to gluten, gluten-free isn’t actually gluten-free enough.

I often take the risk anyway, because I’m kind of a jerk to myself.

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