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Ganna Kostygina, Pam Ling, and I recently published “Tobacco industry use of flavours to recruit new users of little cigars and cigarillos” in Tobacco Control showing how the tobacco companies use flavors to attrach new smokers and keep current ones smok
confused message is now the reality in Alberta with the proclamation last week of new legislation amending the Tobacco Reduction Act….bans the sale of flavoured tobacco products with the notable exception of the most popular tobacco flavouring: menthol.
The crème la crème of Gaborone’s social scene converged at the refurbished Cigar Lounge, dressed to impress on Thursday night.
The regulations would impose three new rules that the cigar industry views as particularly devastating. First, they would subject many new cigars to a pre-market review process, which the industry says is somewhat comparable to the process the agency us
In a filing made public Monday, Richmond-based Altria Group Inc., which owns Black & Mild maker John Middleton Co., voiced concerns that the proposal may force them to abandon or change the brand name. The company argues the brand name isn’t intended to
There’s something about cigars, though, that places them in the same cultural corral as wine, coffee or chocolate: stuff that’s interesting to immerse yourself in as a hobby, learning about them as you go and collecting interesting examples.
TRANSFORMERS MAKES 3 BILLION TOBACCO IMPRESSIONS ON CHINA AND USA In three short weeks, Transformers: Age of Extinction (PG-13) has delivered an estimated 2.4 billion tobacco impressions in China and 1.5 billion tobacco impressions in the US and Canad
2009 law granting the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authority over tobacco products, 10 leading public health and medical organizations today commended the FDA for the steps it has taken to reduce tobacco use and called on the FDA and the Obama Admin
Canada is actually in contravention of an international treaty that requires participants to ensure all tobacco products come with appropriate warnings. And despite passing federal legislation to prevent small, candy-flavoured little cigars or “cigarillos