Tag: cigars

Tobacco
The right little-cigar plan-o-gram can keep profits growing
CSP Magazine
Being a member of NATO is one of the best decisions our family has ever made because NATO is the only national retail trade association that works exclusively on local, state and federal tobacco regulations and FDA regulations.
CSP Magazine
With many new mass-market cigar brands, line extensions and new flavors being introduced, convenience store retailers are under pressure to create the best possible mix. Why they should take a long look at premium cigar brands.
CSP Magazine
Last year, our CSP vice president and group editor, Mitch Morrison, called for the FDA to take action on tobacco regulation and resolve a slew of unanswered questions. For the most part, that hasn’t happened. This year, I’m calling for retailers to take action. Don’t wait for the FDA— go on the offensive before it’s too late to build a solid defense.
General Merchandise
A look at a dozen bright highlights of our latest print issue
Tobacco
Will continue to operate in ordinary course of business
CSP Magazine
The struggle for growing cigar sales in convenience stores has been finding new products that boast consumer-driven innovations—as opposed to “me-too” offerings—while still driving the profitable margins retailers need to justify the space in an already overcrowded tobacco set.
Tobacco
Schneiderman, DeWine head up effort asking drug store chains to follow lead of CVS
CSP Magazine
Raising the legal age to purchase tobacco products is a solution that will not solve the problem of underage use of tobacco products. The solution in large part relies on curbing the access of tobacco by minors from social sources and enabling adults.

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