Xuan Wu International Group Holding Company (OTC PINK: “XNWU”) announced that its controlled subsidiary Nano Vape Corporation (“Nano Vape”) has entered into a product development and license agreement with a related party, NMB Therapeutics, Inc. (“NMB”), a Florida corporation.
PHILIP MORRIS INTERNATIONAL: ‘Can a Tobacco Company Be Sustainable?’ Philip Morris International Says ‘Absolutely,’ and Outlines Clear Progress Toward a Sustainable, Smoke-Free Future
Philip Morris International Inc. (PMI) (NYSE:PM) today published its fourth Sustainability Report, detailing its progress in key areas across its value chain. PMI’s mission to unsmoke the world is core to its sustainability ambition and business strategy.
Disparate groups are raising their voices against moves by legislators to raise the minimum age to buy vaping products, with claims that they may backfire and undermine public health.
One reason for hiking up taxes on vaping products is to recoup revenue lost from the drop in the sale of traditional tobacco, according to one advocacy group.
New federal regulations barring most stores from selling flavored e-cigarettes are being characterized as government over reach by some retailers.
22ND CENTURY GROUP, INC.: 22nd Century’s Pre-Market Tobacco Application for VLN™ Cigarettes Advances with Completed FDA Inspection
FDA Inspection is an important milestone for 22nd Century’s VLN™ Cigarettes
FONTEM US, INC., Blu Submit Comments in Response to FDA Draft Guidance for the Regulation of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems
Fontem agrees, without equivocation, that youth should not use EVPs or any other tobacco or nicotine-containing products, and supports reasonable, effective, data-driven regulation of the marketing and sale of all tobacco products to support that goal.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today announced that it has authorized Philip Morris to market its IQOS heated tobacco product in the United States, with certain marketing restrictions that the FDA said are intended to prevent youth access and exposure.
NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR HISPANIC HEALTH: Statement of the National Alliance for Hispanic Health on Introduction of the Preventing Online Sales of E-Cigarettes to Children Act
Rise of E-Cigarettes Represents a Tobacco Tipping Point for Hispanic Youth
Recent legislation passed by Maryland lawmakers requires those who purchase tobacco products to be at least 21.
The North Carolina legislature is giving tobacco prevention legislation another try.
Rite Aid (NYSE: RAD) will increase the age to purchase tobacco products to 21 consistent with the company’s commitment to promoting responsible access to tobacco products.
CAMPAIGN FOR TOBACCO-FREE KIDS: Congress Should Pass Tobacco 21 Legislation Free of Special Interest Provisions for Tobacco Companies
The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids strongly supports effective federal legislation to raise the tobacco age to 21 nationwide and supported the bills introduced in the last Congress by Sen. Brian Schatz and Rep. Diana DeGette, which we understand will be reintroduced in the near future.
Total tobacco tax revenues collected by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau in the first quarter of fiscal year 2019 were down nearly 20 percent over the same period in the previous year, the agency reported.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning creators of e-liquid products Undisputed Worldwide and EZ Fumes to stop marketing their products to look like prescription cough syrups.
More than 200 bills targeting e-cigarettes have been filed this session in state legislatures, a record, according to a prominent advocate for vaping and smoke-free products.