Archive - June 2018

Imperial invests in medicinal cannabis

Imperial Brands Ventures, a subsidiary of Imperial Brands, has taken an undisclosed equity share in the medicinal cannabis research company, Oxford Cannabinoid...

Illicit trade protocol goes live

The Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products will enter into force in 90 days following its fortieth ratification by the United Kingdom of Great...

Former FDA Counsel joins Juul

Juul Labs has appointed Gerald F Masoudi, who served as Chief Council of the US Food and Drug Administration, as its Chief Legal Officer, the e-vapour company...

Australia wins plain packaging case

A panel of judges at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) has rejected arguments brought by Cuba, Indonesia, Honduras and the Dominican Republic, ruling in...

Tight timeline set for pack changes

Cigarette makers have said the timeline for new federal regulations that will see cigarettes sold in standardised ‘slide and shell’ format packs is...

22nd Century announces new VLN tobaccos

22nd Century Group has licensed several new non-GMO, Very Low Nicotine (VLN) flue-cured and burley tobacco varieties, the plant biotechnology company said.

Brakes put on Heets facility

Philip Morris Germany said the planned construction of a EUR 275 million (USD 321 million) Heets facility in Dresden has been put on hold while worldwide...

FDA committee to discuss Reynolds MRTPs

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Tobacco Products Scientific Advisory Committee (TPSAC) will hold a public meeting on 13 and 14 September to discuss...

Guardian says child labour rampant

Newspaper The Guardian said an investigation by its journalists showed child labour is increasing in the poorer countries where tobacco is grown, despite...

Tax hikes spur quit attempts

The Ministry of Health said tax hikes on tobacco have led to more smokers seeking medical help to quit smoking, the Saudi Gazette reported.

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