The who, what, where and how of Italian agency’s new rules on sales of e-liquids

A wider range of businesses in Italy will now be able to sell e-liquids and other tobacco products, including heated tobacco products, following a circular issued by the country’s Customs and Monopolies Agency (ADM) on 24th October.

The circular creates a new licence that enables businesses other than tobacco shops to offer tobacco-related products as an auxiliary service. This means that coffee shops, theatres, cinemas and other businesses that sell food and beverages, for example, may be able to also sell items such as e-liquids.

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