A former executive claims Juul Labs shipped 1 million contaminated pods to unknowing retailers and customers, Buzzfeed News reported.
Archive - October 2019
Juul Labs has undergone a major management shake-up and plans to cut 10 to 15 per cent of its workforce, according to a report by CNBC.
UAE’s Federal Tax Authority (FTA) will begin the second phase of its ‘Marking Tobacco and Tobacco Products’ on 1 November, Gulf Business reported.
Staff from Japan Tobacco International (JTI) recently protested against proposed job cuts outside the Geneva offices, SWI reported.
Europol has announced that authorities from seven countries arrested 18 people of different nationalities suspected of money laundering and illegal tobacco...
Strong sales of tobacco-free nicotine pouches in the US lead to a high third-quarter profit for tobacco group Swedish Match, it announced in a press release.
Almost 100 Eonsmoke products do not have a marketing authorization order, according to a warning letter from the FDA.
The Leaf Tobacco Deliberative Council has released its annual report for 2020, according to a Japan Tobacco Inc. press release.
Authors of BMJ editorial demand action from governments to reduce plastic pollution created by “useless” filters.
A new bill aiming to curtail the sale of tobacco and e-cigarette products will be brought to the cabinet, reports the Irish Examiner.