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Threats and promises: the shape of vaping things to come in 2019

31st December 2018 | Business briefing |

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The year just gone has been an intense one for the vaping industry – and don’t expect 2019 to be any less so. ECigIntelligence looks ahead to the developments that can be expected in both regulation and markets around the world

Altria kills off MarkTen and Green Smoke brands, buys into cannabis

7th December 2018 | Business briefing |

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US tobacco giant Altria is to stop selling its MarkTen and Green Smoke e-cig brands, just days after speculation emerged that it was close to buying a substantial stake in Juul Labs. The company is also investing heavily in Cronos Group, a major Canadian cannabis producer

Juul advances UK presence in deal with major supermarket chain

30th November 2018 | Business briefing |

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Controversial US vaping firm Juul Labs has secured a deal to sell its vaping product in one of the UK’s largest supermarket chains.

The most publicised player in the US e-cigarette market started selling its vaping product in its UK stores in early November but now Juul will also be available in Sainsbury’s stores.

Vitamin vapes – trending now, but do they actually work?

20th November 2018 | Business briefing |

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A long-standing niche habit of vaping vitamins appears to be becoming a trend in the US. The big question, though, is: Does it work? And the answer appears to be: Probably not really

Study reveals just how much world press accentuates the negative

12th November 2018 | Business briefing |

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Media coverage of ENDS around the world is much more likely to be negative than positive, and to focus on health effects rather than e-cigs’ use in smoking cessation, a new study suggests

Altria to stop selling pods and many flavours in US

26th October 2018 | Business briefing |

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Tobacco company Altria has told the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that it will stop selling e-cigarette pods and most non-tobacco flavours in the US.

ECigIntelligence benchmarks an ever more complex world for you

15th October 2018 | Business briefing |

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Let ECigIntelligence keep you up-to-date on prices and other retail information on the rapidly expanding range of vaping products and brands sold by the leading online retailers around the world

Juul vs J Well – e-cig manufacturers prepare for patents battle

10th October 2018 | Business briefing |

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Juul has filed a suit at the UK’s High Court claiming its line of UK patents was infringed by French firm J Well – whose CEO told ECigIntelligence it was prepared to fight the allegation

Advantage BAT in the race to open up US for heated tobacco

30th July 2018 | Business briefing |

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British American Tobacco (BAT) has a chance to steal a march on its Big Tobacco rivals in the heated-tobacco market after the company became the first to receive approval to sell a heat-not-burn device in the US

Online retailers may bear tax burden for interstate sales

25th July 2018 | Business briefing |

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A US Supreme Court decision may have opened the way for states to collect taxes on e-cig retail sales made online or across state lines, even when the retailer does not have a physical presence within that state