Archive - May 2018

Alliance One to expand cannabis subsidiary

Alliance One is set to expand operations at its wholly-owned indirect Canadian cannabis subsidiary, Canada’s Island Garden, by increasing production...

Altria restructuring eyes NGP growth

Altria Group will undergo restructuring by separating its core tobacco businesses from its portfolio of non-combustible and Next Generation tobacco Products...

JT surpasses emissions reduction goal

Japan Tobacco Inc. (JT) has announced that it has reduced 20 per cent of its greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) three years ahead of time as part of the...

Sources claim IQOS can store user’s data

Various sources claim that IQOS, Philip Morris International Inc. (PMI)’s heat-not-burn device, has the ability to collect and store personal data about a...

39 mln kg of tobacco sold in 5 weeks

Tobacco growers have sold 39.8 million kg of tobacco for around MWK 45 billion (EUR 52 million) in the five weeks since the tobacco selling season began...

HNB consumables to feature graphic warnings

The Ministry of Health and Welfare has unveiled new and more “disturbing” graphic warnings for heated tobacco products, according to a story in The Korean...

Millions spent on tobacco

Census data indicates that individuals who smoke and live in the Northland region spend an average of NZD 7,391 (EUR 4,304) per year on tobacco, according to a...

Plain packaging law passed

The federal government has passed the Tobacco and Vaping Products Act which will introduce standardised packaging for tobacco products and regulate new tobacco...

Imperial to sell 2 bln in assets

Imperial Brands said it will divest parts of its business valuing up to GBP 2 billion (EUR 2.27 billion) over the next 12-24 months as part of a strategy to...

Juul holds top market position

Juul’s share of the e-cigarette market rose to 60.1 per cent in the four-week period which closed 21 April 2018, Winston-Salem Journal reported.

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