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A 29-year-old employee of a Poughkeepsie deli faces felony charges following an investigation… During a routine inspection at R&K Deli on Main Street, investigators seized 115 cartons of contraband cigarettes and 900 untaxed cigars
in a bid to raise its profile at the top end of the luxury bands market, the Habanos Cigar Company has launched a co-branding promotion with one of the world’s most exclusive and expensive Swiss watchmakers, Zenith.
Included in the final deeming rule, which was released by the FDA earlier this month, is a requirement that manufacturers, importers and/or retailers cannot sell modified risk tobacco products — including those described as “light,” “low” or “mild” — unl
Twenty two delis on Staten Island have been fined by the Department of Consumer Affairs for selling cigars — for charging customers too little money for the product. “DCA has issued 22 violations in Staten Island for the sale of cigars in violation of th
Some of the webinars are designed for specific audiences—tobacco retailers, vape shops, or manufacturers and importers, for example—to help them understand and comply with the new rule. The series includes two live question-and-answer sessions—the first f
Zeller and others at the FDA were quick to point out that the 499-page final deeming rule is just the start of regulatory actions to come….Join CSP’s Tobacco Update webinar on May 24 to hear industry experts’ input on how the new regulatory landscape c
Retailer Andy Jones, speaking at the SOI Summit, says it may not be what you think.
After presentations from Bonnie Herzog of Wells Fargo, Michael Herklots of Nat Sherman and Thomas Briant of NATO, even this tenured tobacco editor learned…While she described Altria and Reynolds as being “cautious” in comments about marijuana, Herzog th
from 1977 to 1983, I interviewed hundreds of elderly cigar makers, green grocers, and boliteros (numbers peddlers). In a ritual, they arrived daily, settling in the cantinas of El Centro Asturiano, El Centro Español, and El Círculo Cubano to sip café con
Chicagoans who use other tobacco products (OTP) including cigars, smokeless and pipe tobacco are in for more taxes beginning in July due to a new ordinance. And the age to purchase tobacco products has also been raised from 18 to 21.