FDA set to ban fruit and candy flavours in convenience stores and fuel stations

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is set to ban the sale of fruit and candy e-cig flavours. According to The Washington Post and Reuters, this ban will affect both convenience stores and fuel stations, but not vape stores.

When this ban comes into effect only tobacco, mint and menthol flavours can be sold in these retail channels.

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      The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is set to ban the sale of fruit and candy e-cig flavours. According to The Washington Post and Reuters, this ban will affect both convenience stores and fuel stations, but not vape stores.

      When this ban comes into effect only tobacco, mint and menthol flavours can be sold in these retail channels.

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