America moves to ban flavored cigarettes to protect teenagers
US regulators are looking for banning mentol cigarettes and cigars in a new challenge for the tobacco industry, which is already facing government's efforts to restrict e-cigarette sales.
The US Food and Drug Administration says that flavored products make tobacco more attractive to young people, with data showing that most smokers get used to cigarettes before 21 years of age.
The rules proposed by the Food and Drug Administration may meet legal challenges from the tobacco industry if the new rules apply.
Instead of moving to a complete ban on flavored electronic cigarettes, the administration said it would limit how the stores sold these products, for example, by removing them from the eyes of the minds.
On Tuesday, Jules Labs announced that some of its products would be recalled in flavors like mango, cucumbers and fruit from retailers, to limit the use of their products by young people, a step ahead of the FDA forecast.
Tajoul Labs has a controlling share in the US market.
"When protecting our youth, we are actively pursuing a wide range of protection measures and enforcement," said Scott Gottlieb, the Food and Drug Administration Commissioner, who said, "We will continue to build our actions based on the best available scientific methods. available data.