Archive - December 2022

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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2023

TJI wishes you a Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year! We are taking a Christmas break and will be back with fresh news on 5 January 2022. We look...

UNITED STATES
Supreme Court upholds California flavour ban

The Supreme Court on 12 December rejected a bid from the tobacco industry to block a California ban on flavoured tobacco products, reports CNBC.

The ban...

UNITED STATES
Graphic warnings blocked by judge

A federal judge has blocked a US Food and Drug Administration rule challenged by cigarette manufacturers that would require graphic health warnings on...

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT expects 2-4 % sales growth on e-cigarettes

British American Tobacco (BAT) expects full-year revenue growth of 2-4 per cent at constant currency rates, due to more people using its e-cigarettes and oral...

UNITED KINGDOM
Number of smokers drops as vaping rises

The proportion of smokers in the UK has fallen to its lowest level since records began, with vaping playing a “major role” in this drop, reports The...

UNITED STATES
Smoking risks must be displayed in stores

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has announced a court order forcing cigarette companies to display signs with corrective statements about the health...

UNITED STATES
Juul settles over 5,000 lawsuits

Juul Labs Inc. has reached a settlement in over 5,000 lawsuits that claimed the company was responsible for encouraging vaping in youths across the US, reports...

UNITED STATES
Biden signs Marijuana Research Bill

US President Joe Biden has officially signed a marijuana research bill into law, making history by enacting the first standalone federal cannabis reform...

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