Archive - October 2021

UNITED STATES
Cigarette sales up for first time in 20 years

As the COVID-19 pandemic hit last year, cigarette sales in the US went up for the first in two decades as tobacco companies spent more money on advertising...

UNITED STATES
FDA reviews in “final stages”

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has almost completed its review of tobacco products sold in the US, having refused 200,000 products and authorised...

SWITZERLAND
New management positions at PMI

Philip Morris International (PMI) has announced that it has created two new management positions to “drive multicategory leadership and accelerate the...

SWITZERLAND
PMI releases Low Carbon Transition Plan

Philip Morris International (PMI) is taking action to tackle the climate change crisis by accelerating its path to carbon neutrality, according to a company...

ZIMBABWE
Sin tax for cigarettes and alcohol proposed

Vice President and Health Minister, Constantino Chiwenga wants to enforce a tax on cigarettes and alcohol to financially help the health sector, reports News...

SWITZERLAND
IQOS remains strong as PMI posts Q3 results

Philip Morris International Inc. (PMI) has released its third quarter results for 2021 with net revenues up 9.1 per cent and a continually strong performance...

IRELAND
9.2 million illegal cigarettes seized

Revenue officers at Dublin Port seized the cigarettes that are estimated to be worth a retail value of EUR 6.9 million, reports The Journal.

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT invests in energy drink

On its route to becoming more health conscious and moving away from tobacco, British American Tobacco Plc (BAT) has invested in Tru Inc., a producer of energy...

UNITED STATES
Restrictions on mailing of e-cigarettes

The US Postal Service (USPS) has enacted restrictions on the mailing of e-cigarettes and other forms of ENDS to consumers, reports MarketWatch.

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