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The company says the new snus style is “50 percent stronger than regular strength snus, making them the only strong snus products in the U.S. market.” The snus styles are a byproduct of its recent purchase of V2 Tobacco, There will three styles: origin
One ballot initiative would raise taxes on cigarettes and snuff for the first time since 2005, and tax vaping products for the first time ever. One tobacco giant in particular, Altria, is spending millions of dollars to flood the state’s airwaves with ad
Yale researchers found that popular brands of cigarillos are flavored with high-intensity sweeteners, potentially reducing the aversive sensation of smoking and making cigarillos more palatable. The concern is that these sweeteners encourage young people
a new global initiative to create engagement around the role of science, technology and innovation…“Through Mission Winnow we want to let the world know how we have changed, to share our pride in the transformation that the people of PMI have achieved,
U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) naming 18 entities, most of them based in the United States or China, accusing them of developing and selling products based on its patented technology.
“If you’re looking to speak to young people, social media is where you go,” Koval said by phone, referencing Juul’s early marketing campaigns in 2016 and 2017 on YouTube, Twitter and Instagram, using influencers and hashtags like #LightsCameraVapor to cu
Little does Caleb know, vapes can be just as addictive, and are welcomed by the tobacco industry…To the surprise of many—lawmakers included—North Carolina remains in the clutches of a very lucrative, alternative reality.
Tobacco giant not required to register as lobbyist because it uses own staff rather than third-party consultants…has been lobbying federal government MPs to overturn Australia’s ban on vaping, but its efforts remain hidden from public view due to funda
Philip Morris’s Calantzopoulos says argument has parallels with safe sex debate…concedes the way some ecigarette liquids are described and marketed is a ‘concern’ but says campaigns to curb sales to teenagers could backfire
A meeting on a global tobacco control treaty opened in Geneva Monday, with organisers scrambling to keep cigarette companies at bay, even as the industry demanded a seat at the table.