FDA takes six small US firms to federal court over unauthorised e-cig products

The US federal government is suing six companies and their owners in a bid to stop them manufacturing vaping products the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says are illegal and being sold without authorisation.

The lawsuits seek permanent court injunctions that would restrain the companies and their employees from adulterating and misbranding tobacco products. The suits also seek a court order that the FDA be authorised to inspect the headquarters of each company as well as company records pertaining to the distribution of tobacco products.

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