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Juul Stopping Sales of Flavoured Pods, Will Not Alter FDA’s Plans...

In 2018, Juul Labs Inc. had announced its plans to stop selling most of its flavoured nicotine liquids at bricks-and-mortar stores. The e-cig manufacturer...

The CDC and Vaping: A Perfect Storm

Vaping Post's Diane Caruana, our hardworking in-house journalist, recently reported that some experts disagree with how the nation's public health agencies have responded to...

Understanding A “Temporary” Vaping Ban

Prohibition is a tough pill to swallow. When a regulatory framework advances to the point that a certain type of behavior or product must...

FDA Chief: We “Should Have Acted Sooner” to Avoid Vaping Crises

In response to questioning which took place during a House subcommittee hearing last week, Sharpless said that he believes that the agency will catch...

Business As Usual At Tobacco Conference

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Global Tobacco and Nicotine Forum, unlike the Global Forum on Nicotine in Warsaw, Poland (where I also attended and corresponded), is the...

Fight To Survive Campaign: Small Vapor Businesses and the FDA

Basically, the letter is to help express their “concern for small businesses in the open vapor product industry in regard to the current PMTA...

A PMI and Altria Merger Would Threaten The Vaping Industry

Did you hear? Philip Morris International (PMI) and Altria Group have confirmed rumors that the two tobacco giants are discussing the possibility of re-merging. In...

The VTA Sues Trump Administration for Moving the PMTA Deadline Forward

Last March, the FDA issued its much-anticipated guidelines with regards to new restrictions on vaping products. The draft had been released just weeks before...

FDA Unveils Proposed Graphic Cigarette Health Warnings 

The United States had been lagging behind other countries where it comes to smoking related warnings. In fact, the FDA, had failed to update...

Vapor Technology Association Files Lawsuit Against FDA

So far, it seems the FDA strategy towards vaping in general has been to immediately reject it by harshly regulating it. Then, when it...
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