Regulatory reports / Denmark

All of our full-length regulatory reports that cover Denmark can be found on this page. These reports provide a detailed and comprehensive overview of the country’s regulations and restrictions in relation to e-cigs. In addition to a general outline of the regulatory landscape for the country, more specific regulations such as product restrictions or e-cigarette taxation are also covered.

Regulatory report: Denmark

12th January 2022 | Regulatory reports |

The coming year will be very intense for Denmark’s vaping industry in terms of compliance, with a number of changes coming into play. This report covers all current and near-future restrictions for vaping products

Second highest notification fees in Europe: Denmark regulatory report

3rd September 2018 | Regulatory reports |

In our latest look at Denmark, we find that the country has the second highest notification fee in the EU, which amounts to about €4950 ($5771). The Danish Health Authority dismisses scientific evidence that e-cigarettes are an effective smoking cessation tool and even claims that e-cigarettes help to maintain the nicotine addiction and smoking habit.

Hardware notification in Denmark: questions answered

12th May 2017 | Regulatory reports |

From 7th June 2017, all e-cig products launched in Denmark must meet the new requirements for notification and ones that don’t must be removed from the market. As the transitional period is approaching, questions concerning hardware notification are being raised by many of our subscribers. This guide aims to clarify any particularities you may face in the process of hardware notification.

Denmark: draft TPD law will end licensing requirement

17th March 2016 | Regulatory reports |

  There may be more recent ECigIntelligence reports on this territory. Please visit the home page for Denmark or the advanced search page.         Executive summary   Nicotine-containing e-cigarettes can’t be sold or advertised without a medical licence in Denmark. Selling nicotine-containing e-cigs and e-liquids as consumer products without a pharmaceutical licence will be legal after […]