Italy Publishes Hemp Decree

Hemp Industry Daily reports

Italy’s agricultural ministry has named four dozen government, regulatory and industry stakeholders to  a new working group for the country’s hemp sector.

According to a decree published last week, the working group is expected “to perform consultative and monitoring duties” for the hemp sector.

The commission’s 48 members include representatives from:

  • The Ministry of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies.
  • The Ministry of the Interior.
  • The Ministry of Health.
  • The Ministry of Economic Development.
  • The Ministry of Environment.
  • The Customs and Monopolies Agency.
  • The Ministry of Defense – Carabinieri Corps.
  • Regional and provincial government representatives.
  • Agricultural trade groups, cooperatives and organizations.
  • Government agricultural agencies, including from the Agency for Disbursements in Agriculture; the Council for Agricultural Research and Analysis of the Agricultural Economy; and the Institute for Agricultural and Food Market Services.
  • The University of Rona la Sapienza and the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
  • Hemp sector associations and businesses.


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