Archive - July 2012

INDIA
Rajasthan joins states banning gutkha

Rajasthan’s council of ministers today approved a ban on the production, storage, distribution and sale of gutkha to protect public health, the Times of...

UNITED STATES
Blu eCigs introduces online age double-check

Blu eCigs, the electronic cigarette company acquired by Lorillard Tobacco, said it will begin double-checking ages given by online customers using technology...

UNITED STATES
Court blocks NYC on cigarette display warnings

A New York appeals court has blocked New York City from requiring graphic warnings on cigarette displays in retail outlets, saying regulatory power lies solely...

ZIMBABWE
More than 130 million kgs of tobacco sold

Sales of 131 million kilograms of flue-cured tobacco through the 97th day of the market season brought an average price of USD 3.70 (EUR 3) per kg, the...

UNITED KINGDOM
JTI campaigns against UK plain-packaging

Japan Tobacco International (JTI) launched a GBP 2 million (EUR 2.5 million) campaign against plain-packaging for cigarettes, the company said in a statement.

UNITED STATES
Obama may sign RYO-machine bill Friday

President Barack Obama on 6 July is expected to sign into law a bill that reclassifies stores with roll-your-own machines as manufacturers and substantially...

INDIA
Volume higher at Andhra Pradesh leaf auctions

More than 112 million kilogrammes of tobacco had been sold on auction floors in the state of Andhra Pradesh compared to 78 million kg for the comparable time...

UNITED STATES
Bill may put RYO machines out of service

Consumers who buy tobacco and blank cigarette tubes at stores before rolling their cigarettes on an RYO machine before leaving the outlet soon may have to look...

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