e-cigarette

Juul stops selling mint-flavored vapes

Sponsored Links ASSOCIATED PRESS Juul will stop selling mint-flavored vape products in the US. The company says it’s pulling mint pods from its website, as well as no longer taking new orders from retailers. As of this article, the company only sells three flavors: Classic tobacco, Virginia tobacco and menthol. Juul says it made the …

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China tells online stores to stop selling e-cigarettes

Sponsored Links WANG ZHAO/AFP via Getty Images E-cigarette sales bans are quickly becoming an international phenomenon. China’s tobacco regulators have asked online shopping companies to “temporarily” close online stores that sell e-cigarettes — effectively, it’s banning e-cig sales on the internet. Officials argued in the notice that this was to protect the “physical and mental …

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India effectively bans e-cigarettes

Sponsored Links AleksandrYu via Getty Images India just became among the first countries to effectively ban vaping. On Wednesday, the country banned the sale, import, advertising and production of e-cigarettes. First-time offenders face up to a year in prison and $1,400 fine, while repeat offenders face the prospect of a three-year sentence and $7,000 fine. …

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Chinese retailers abruptly stop selling Juul e-cigarettes

Sponsored Links ASSOCIATED PRESS It appears Juul’s fortunes are about to get even worse. Bloomberg reports retailers in China have pulled the company’s products just one week after they became available within the country. Citing a “person familiar with the matter,” the publication says Juul wasn’t told why its e-cigarettes and nicotine pods were removed …

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Juul faces House investigation over teen e-cigarette use

Sponsored Links AP Photo/Julio Cortez Juul is facing even more heat over concerns that it’s contributing to teen vaping. The House Subcommittee on Economic and Consumer Policy has opened an investigation into the “youth e-cigarette epidemic” that could determine if Juul had marketed its e-cigarettes to kids. Committee Chairman Raja Krishnamoorthi has asked the company …

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