Public Alert: 019/2020 – Recall of All Batches of Hugold CBD Oil Products by Ireland Food safety Authority
March 24, 2022,
The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) is notifying the healthcare providers and the Public that Food safety Authority of Ireland has recall Hugold Cannabidiol (CBD) oil.
Hugold CBD Oils were recalled because they were processed at a site where operations have not been approved by the Food safety authorities. Also, the products contain concentrated CBD which is an unauthorized novel food.
The safety of the unauthorised novel food (concentrated CBD) and products containing it have not been assessed and they should not be on the market. The processing facility is not registered, and basic food safety, hygiene and traceability procedures are not in place.
|Product Name||Pack Size||Batch Code||Best Before Date|
|HUGOLD 4% CBD Oil||
15mls and 30mls
All batch codes
All best before dates
|HUGOLD Immuno CBD Oil|
|HUGOLD Femmi CBD Oil|
|HUGOLD Sacred Oil|
|HUGOLD White Feather Sacred Oil|
Photo of recalled Products.
NAFDAC implores all importers, wholesalers, and retailers to immediately stop the importation, distribution, and use of the implicated Hugold CBD Oils.
consumers are advised to report adverse events and quality problems they experience with the use of any regulated product to the nearest NAFDAC office, NAFDAC PRASCOR [20543 or 0800-1-NAFDAC (0800-1-623322) TOLL FREE from all networks) or via firstname.lastname@example.org or via eReporting platform available on the NAFDAC website www.nafdac.gov.ng