Archive - December 2019

SWITZERLAND
WHO says male tobacco use is declining

The World Health Organization has projected that the number of males using tobacco globally is on the decline for the first time, a news release published on...

UNITED KINGDOM
ASA bans Instagram posts promoting e-cigs

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned Instagram posts from four vaping companies, including British American Tobacco (BAT), for illegally...

UNITED STATES
FDA permits new reduced-nicotine cigarettes

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorised the sale and marketing of two new reduced-nicotine tobacco products manufactured by 22nd Century Group...

UNITED STATES
Age limit of 21 very likely

A raise to the federal age limit on tobacco products and e-cigarettes is looking likely as the topic is included in a huge government year-end spending bill...

BELGIUM
38 per cent say vaping helps quit smoking

According to a new survey conducted for the Be-Lux branch of British American Tobacco, nearly 40 per cent of the population find vaping is a good way to quit...

KENYA
Tobacco Control Fund to be implemented

All eyes are on the Ministry of Health to initiate the Tobacco Control Fund after Kenya’s Supreme Court declared laws governing the sale and advertising of...

UNITED STATES
Hahn confirmed as new FDA head

The US Senate confirmed Dr Stephen Hahn to be the next commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration, Reuters reported.

THAILAND
Plain packaging becomes compulsory

Plain packaging has been rolled out in Thailand, which has earned the country praise from The World Health Organisation (WHO), reports the Bangkok Post.

UNITED STATES
NDC announces new President

NDC Technologies, a leading global provider of productivity enhancing measurement and control solutions, announced that Marti Nyman has joined the company as...

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