In announcing its results to the end of December, Universal Corporation said it was reducing its operations in Tanzania as demand for the country’s tobacco had waned.
If the results of a study appear to show that vaping is dangerous; it is always worth suspending judgement until Dr. Michael Siegel has cast his eyes over the methodology.
If a nicotine patch can help treat memory loss, presumably it cannot be ruled out that vaping with a nicotine e-liquid could also help in this area.
It is difficult to fault the logic behind a proposed cigarette sales ban in Hawaii, but the schedule proposed for the progressive introduction of the ban seems to make little sense.
In line with the US FDA’s penchant for deeming, the American Lung Association has decided that switching from smoking to vaping does not constitute quitting smoking.
Candace C. Formacek, the vice president and treasurer of Universal Corporation is scheduled to host a results webcast on February 7.
Altria has positioned itself for a significant move into non-traditional products as its cigarette shipments continue to decline.