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  • Call For Low-Cost Vaping In Poor Countries

    Call For Low-Cost Vaping In Poor Countries

    SMOKERS in the developing world should have low-cost e-cigarettes made available to them, researchers say, to help them quit their deadly habit. The urgent need for the price of vaping to be reduced in the developing world was also branded a “human rights issue” at a leading industry conference in London. Experts agreed smokers in poor countries are currently unlikely to be able to afford nicotine-based products to help them quit and vaping products should therefore be made more attainable. There are currently 1.1 billion smokers in the world with six million dying each year as a direct result of...
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  • Tobacco Stocks Rise as FDA Threatens to Pull Vape Products 

    Tobacco Stocks Rise as FDA Threatens to Pull Vape Products 

    Shares in tobacco companies surged yesterday after the FDA threatened to pull flavored e-cigarette products from shelves in 60 days if “widespread” teen use isn’t tackled. Altria shares rose more than 6% in their best day since November 2008 while Philip Morris International shares increased by around 3% and British American Tobacco stocks increased almost 6%. The increase came after the FDA announced that it was ordering the five largest e-cigarette manufacturers to submit plans on how they will prevent teens from using their products. JUUL, Vuse, MarkTen, Blu E-cigs and Logic will have 60 days to respond to the...
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  • JUUL Cracks Down On Fakes

    JUUL Cracks Down On Fakes

    VAPE manufacturers JUUL has taken drastic action on fake Chinese lookalike e-cigarettes with restraining orders, according to US reports. In a bid to force the vape products off the market, which falsely used their name, the company has also ordered a federal judge to freeze the PayPal accounts of the offending sellers. In a statement, JUUL confirmed it had filed trademark claims against 30 entities in China for selling counterfeit JUUL-brand devices and nicotine pods on EBay Inc. JUUL had already been granted a temporary restraining order late last month by a federal court judge, who froze the PayPal accounts...
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  • Five E-liquids for the New NFL Season

    Five E-liquids for the New NFL Season

    The new NFL season is here, after an eventful first game week the championship is well set-up for the Super Bowl at the remarkable new Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta next year. The perennial New England Patriots are early favorites to take the championship, along with last year’s winners the Philadelphia Eagles and the Packers and Steelers. In truth, we can’t say who will take the 49th Super Bowl crown, but we can answer the question on every vaper’s lips - what should I vape while I’m watching NFL action? As far as we know, nobody has perfected a chicken wing...
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  • Tobacco Giant Slammed For City Vape Partnership

    Tobacco Giant Slammed For City Vape Partnership

    British American Tobacco (BAT) has been branded “a disgrace” for its part in a UK city’s vaping project, which has seen their e-cigarettes being dispensed as stop smoking aids. In a report by the UK's Observer newspaper, it has been revealed in emails obtained under the Freedom of Information Act that the tobacco giant and Birmingham City Council have been piloting a project together to exclusively promote its vape products to smokers wanting to quit tobacco. Health campaigners say the tie-in breaches established local government guidelines, which regulate the role of tobacco companies in public health and promote transparency. Under...
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  • Juul Plans New Technology To Help Vapers Quit E-Cigs

    Juul Plans New Technology To Help Vapers Quit E-Cigs

    E-cigarette maker Juul claims it is planning new technology - which will help users to quit vaping. Juul’s co-founder and Chief Product Officer James Monsees told a technology conference this week how a new “connected” device is planned for 2019, which will allow vapers to wean themselves off the product. The new vape equipment, which is pending FDA approval in the US, will see users connect the e-cigarette to their phone where they will be able to personalize the product to how they want to use it. Speaking at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, Monsees explained the new vape will...
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  • India's Total Vape Ban Condemned

    India's Total Vape Ban Condemned

    PRO vape groups in India have condemned its government’s decision to ban e-cigarettes while allowing millions to continue smoking – and are considering trying to reverse it through the supreme court. Following the Health Ministry’s announcement last week that vaping is to be banned imminently throughout the country, the Association of Vapers’ India (AVI) is leading a growing group of advocates for harm reduction alternatives who are questioning its decision. It has asked the government why, if they are worried about the affect of nicotine on its population, it hasn’t outlawed cigarettes too in a country where 120 million people...
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  • Free Vapes For Prisoners

    Free Vapes For Prisoners

    Prisoners are to be handed free vaping kits as jails in Scotland go tobacco-free. Cigarettes will be banned in all prisons from November 30th to bring them in line with UK law, which forbids smoking in public places. Until now, prisoners have been allowed to smoke in their cells and some communal areas. The new £200,000 initiative is part of a country-wide programme to support inmates giving up tobacco. E-cigarettes will be given to all prisoners free of charge at the start of November, to give them time to make the switch before the new rules come into force. Plans...
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  • ‘Kid Friendly’ E-liquids Withdrawn From Sale

    ‘Kid Friendly’ E-liquids Withdrawn From Sale

    The makers and distributors of some popular e-liquids, including One Mad Hit Juice Box, V’Nilla Cookies & Milk and Unicorn Cakes, have withdrawn products from sale, following warnings from the FDA and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Last week, the FDA announced that 17 companies had agreed to take products off the market, because they were packaged or advertised as ‘child-friendly' food products like juice boxes and candies. “When companies market these products using imagery that misleads a child into thinking they’re things they’ve consumed before, like a juice box or candy, that can create an imminent risk of harm,”...
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