Earlier this week, the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food sent out a warning letter to retailers of CBD and hemp-related products in the state. The warning letter reminded retailers that, in accordance with the Hemp and Cannabidiol Act, they must register their products with the state and have them for tested for potency and contaminants. The letter noted that there are only 25 products currently registered with the state and more than 200 products currently undergoing the registration process. Acknowledging that some are still selling unregistered products, the letter warns retailers that violations may result in a citation, fines; or seizure, embargo or destruction of the product being distributed.