E-cigarettes in Israel

Israel’s vape market is fairly small, with a similar regulation to the EU TPD appearing in 2019. This page provides all of our material relating to Israel and its vaping market. This includes all of our full-length Israel market and regulatory reports, our extensive news coverage – both business and regulatory – our numerous trackers and databases, as well as our live alerts.

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Brands trackers
Our online price benchmarking project, analysing multi-brand retail websites in selected vape markets
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Flavour & nicotine trackers
Analytical insights of the most significant vaping flavours and nicotine strengths
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Databases
User-friendly databases with key global analysis, statistics, directories and more
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Blog
Analysis of critical issues and trending industry topics are explored in our blog
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Charts and infographics
A brief highlight of what can be found in our full-length e-cigarette market reports
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Country landscape

Though known as the Jewish State, Israel is a complex multi-ethnic and multi-religious country with around 8.5m inhabitants – approximately 75% Jewish, 21% Arabs (including Muslims, Christians and Druze) and 4% other ethnic groups. A new law passed in 2018 made Hebrew the sole official language of Israel.

Israel’s history has been complex since it gained independence from Britain in 1948. Long-lasting conflicts with the Palestinians and neighbouring Arab states remain unresolved, and many Muslim countries do not recognise Israel as a nation state. It has normal diplomatic relations with most other countries.

Officially the capital is Jerusalem; however, Tel Aviv, with a metropolitan area of around 3.7m inhabitants, is internationally regarded as the effective capital.