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Canada: Nova Scotia to Ban Flavoured Products

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Last month, Nova Scotia announced that it will ban all kinds of flavoured e-cigarettes and juices, effective April 1st. "This is about reducing the...

New York City Council Approves Flavour Ban

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This measure would make New York the largest city in the U.S. to ban all vaping flavours with the exception of tobacco. Earlier this year,...

Trump’s Flavour Ban is Being Reconsidered

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There have been some hints indicating that flavours such as mint and menthol would still be exempt, as could sales at independent vape shops. Back...

Bangladesh: A Plan for a Total Vape Ban is Underway

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"We are actively working to impose a ban on the production, import and sale of e-cigarettes and all vaping tobaccos to prevent health risks,"...

The New York State Flavour Ban is Back in the Cards

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“Manufacturers of fruit and candy-flavored e-cigarettes are intentionally and recklessly targeting young people, and today we’re taking action to put an end to it,”...

US Study: Flavours Play Key Role in E-Cig Initiation and Continued...

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The study titled, “The role of flavors in vaping initiation and satisfaction among U.S. adults,” was recently published in Addictive Behaviors. The researchers surveyed...

New Zealand’s 2025 SmokeFree Goal Still Not on Track

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In December 2018, a team of researchers from New Zealand’s University of Otago, had pointed out that the likelihood of New Zealand achieving its...

Juul’s Mint Flavour Has Now Been Rated as Young People’s New...

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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...

Michigan Gov. Appealing to Supreme Court Following Flavour Ban Block

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Last month, Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued an executive order banning the sale of flavoured e-liquids across the State of Michigan. “As governor, my...

Montana to Implement a Temporary Ban on Flavored Vaping Products

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The temporary ban will be in place for six months from Oct. 22nd to Feb. 19th, while officials are still investigating the exact cause...
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