Archive - September 2015

IRELAND
Vaping shops and cafes to be licensed

The Department of Health plans to license vaping shops and cafes, but will not extend the ban on smoking in the workplace to e-cigarettes, RTE reported.

UNITED STATES
Comfort Inn to go smoke-free

Choice Hotels International will completely ban smoking in more than 1,700 Comfort Inn hotels across the US, in part because smokers also prefer smoke-free...

UNITED STATES
PMI begins nationwide iQOS expansion in Japan

Philip Morris International (PMI) in September began rolling out its iQOS heat-not-burn product across Japan following a successful test program in the city of...

UNITED STATES
FDA revises SE guidance

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has revised its guidance to manufacturers seeking regulatory approval for new tobacco products by demonstrating they are...

FRANCE
Plain-pack protests in more than 80 cities

Tobacconists took to the streets in more than 80 cities to protest government plans to mandate uniform packaging for tobacco products, RFI reported.

UNITED STATES
22nd Century hires regulatory specialist

22nd Century named Gregg Gellman director of business development and regulatory affairs as the company prepares to ask regulators for reduced risk...

UNITED STATES
22nd Century stands by cigarette MRTP plans

22nd Century will seek regulatory approval for its nearly nicotine-free cigarettes as modified risk tobacco products (MRTPs) this autumn, the company said.

UNITED STATES
Unity Scientific acquired by Union Park Capital

Unity Scientific, a supplier of near infrared (NIR) technology used in tobacco processing, has been acquired by private equity investor Union Park Capital, the...

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