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Center for Tobacco Products has submitted to the White House Office of Management & Budget (OMB) the final “deeming” regulations on cigars, pipe tobacco, e-cigarettes, hookah tobacco, nicotine gels and dissolvable products, according to NATO News.
a new truth ad has another important message: The battle isn’t just about cigarettes. With the warning “Don’t get played while they get paid,” the ad informs young people that other tobacco products, such as hookah and little cigars, are also addictive a
While still not at full production capacity, in the second quarter of 2015 the Company continued to grow revenues substantially through sales of RED SUN premium cigarettes, contract manufacturing of a third-party MSA cigarette brand, and continued contra
How dramatic is the increase in e-cigarette use? Why are flavored little cigars and cigarillos increasingly popular among ethnic minorities? What would happen if we reduced the amount of nicotine in cigarettes so that they were no longer addictive? Thes
While not currently at full production capacity, in the first quarter 2015 the Company’s factory began contract manufacturing a third-party MSA cigarette brand, continued contract manufacturing filtered cigars, and began producing RED SUN, our own proprie
Ahead of finalizing FDA’s tobacco products “deeming” rule, the FTC considers taking enforcement action against e-cigarette firms for violative advertising, marketing, and sales practices.
perfect the velvety sweet aroma of apricot blended with savory touches of a fine after-dinner drink, and has chosen to launch its newest addition of the LEX12® product line to retailers, wholesalers and distributors at the Tobacco Plus Convenience Expo (
Part of the new regulations would require cigar manufacturers to report and submit product and ingredient listings. The new regulations also include new health warning label rules. The FDA does not deny that the new regulations could place a serious fin
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