British American Tobacco (BAT)’s vapour brand Vuse was the key driver of the company’s positive performance in the first half of the year. The company also said it remains confident in its Vuse Alto pre-market tobacco product application (PMTA) submission to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). “In vapour, Vuse continues to expand its leadership position, driving revenue up » Continue Reading.
World No Tobacco Day provides an opportunity to consider the approach that public health authorities, policymakers, and advocates around the world have towards the role of tobacco-alternatives products
While expectations of new regulation of do-it yourself (DIY) products in Greece remain, the local industry have made their own efforts to ensure that the new anti-smoking law approved in October is not enforced.
The Greek Ministry of Health recently published a statement on its website that electronic cigarettes without nicotine are not legal in the country “in accordance with national and European legislation”.
With flavoured e-liquids continuing to be targeted by those campaigning against e-cigarettes, Hungary has moved to ban all flavouring additives in e-liquids as part of their implementation of the EU’s Tobacco Products Directive.
E-cigarette users are unlikely to expose themselves to the dangerous amounts of formaldehyde that the devices can theoretically produce, because these are generated only at high levels of heat that bring about a repellent taste, says new research that partially rebuts findings from earlier this year.