Nearly 500 supermarkets of all sizes came out to support the second annual Hemp History Week on May 2-8. In those stores, consumers learned that industrial hemp is a prime source of omega essential fatty acids. They also discovered that hemp is extremely versatile. Food products span almost every category, and the fibrous stalks can be made into clothing. What's not to like? Plenty, according to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, which has yet to lift a ban on hemp farming due to ...

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