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ECigIntelligence - U.S. e-cig suppliers told to stop claiming FDA approval

ECigIntelligence - U.S. e-cig suppliers told to stop claiming FDA approval

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has ordered three e-cigarette suppliers to stop falsely claiming that their products are FDA-endorsed.

In the first warning letters of their kind, the FDA wrote to the companies – Dr. K, Knoxville Vapor, and Vaperz – to tell them that they are violating section 301 of the U.S. Federal Food Drug & Cosmetic Act by suggesting to consumers that their products have been approved by the FDA.

“General examples of the violations include claims of FDA lab certification (Knoxville Vapor) and FDA registration/approval (Vaperz Ltd. and Dr. K),” the agency said today.

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