FDA to Crack Down on E-Cigarattes and Other Tobacco Products
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is considering regulations governing the sale of electronic cigarettes as tobacco products. New regulations would give the FDA oversight of cigars, pipe tobacco, nicotine gels and hookah tobacco, all products that currently have no federal oversight. The proposed rule would require product registration, ingredient listings, no free samples or vending machine sales, and the prevention of sales to underage children. Electronic cigarette companies will have 75 days to comment on the regulations before the FDA reviews and issues a final statement.
By Jordan Moses
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