For spicy Turkish soups, such as mushroom with mint, line up at Goz City. Photo: Mike Baker
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Where’s the good old pea and ham soup? It seems out of favour, but if you’re at the top end of town, take pavement seating under the heaters, or sit indoors amid the wine cellar atmosphere at City Wine Shop (159 Spring Street), where it’s served at least once a week ($12.50). Spiced parsnip and apple soup, with chilli and coriander, is the same price.
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For spicy Turkish soups, such as mushroom with mint, line up at Goz City (502 Little Collins Street) and watch them make gozleme while you wait.
And yet, FDA has said over and over that because CBD appeared first in an investigational new drug before it was a recognized ingredient in the food supply it is not a legal food or dietary supplement ingredient … at least for now.
The size of the prize
When the 2018 Farm Bill legalized growing hemp with THC levels of 0.3% or lower, Greg Kaufman, a partner with the law firm Eversheds Sutherland who attended the FDA hearing on May 31, noted that many stakeholders celebrated as if the legislation unlocked a treasure chest.
In this episode of FoodNavigator-USA’s Soup-To-Nuts, we take a closer look at the some of the comments and data – or lack thereof – presented at the FDA public hearing and hear from industry experts about what this might mean for CBD stakeholders.