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Smoking Shisha in Zimbabwe

03 Jan 2022. In Zimbabwe, smoking in Shisha bars was reported to have started in Harare in the mid-2010s and quickly spread through other cities. TJI Zimbabwe correspondent Kundai Jera spends a day in some of Bulawayo‘s shisha bars.
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Shisha trends at WT

03 Jan 2022. There is hardly a better city than Dubai to take a closer look at current shisha trends. Visitors and exhibitors at the World Tobacco (WT) Middle East 2021 enjoyed exchanging views on the ever-growing market, and TJI was right in the middle of it.
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90 years of unique flavours

03 Jan 2022. 2021 marks 90 years in business for German flavour house Hertz & Selck. The company is a well-known name in the industry and supplies 60 countries worldwide with premium flavours for tobacco, vaping, beverages and more. Hertz & Selck can look back on a rich past and is always looking forward to the next challenge.
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JTI to invest EUR 60 million in Romanian cigarette plant

03 Jan 2022. In a bid to increase its presence in the European markets, Japan Tobacco International (JTI) has unveiled plans to invest about EUR 60 million to expand and upgrade the manufacturing ‧capacities of its plant in Bucharest, Romania’s capital.
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Monitoring HTPs

03 Jan 2022. In the absence of clear regulations, manufacturers of innovative Heated Tobacco Products (HTP) face uncertainties in many areas. This has created a growing demand for future-proof instruments that offer reliable analysis and monitoring functions for products in this rapidly expanding market – a challenge Borgwaldt KC and SODIM are happy to take on.
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Rewriting tobacco history

03 Jan 2022. Seeds discovered at an ancient hearth in Utah indicate that humans have been using tobacco for at least 12,300 years, much longer than previously thought.
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