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Tobacco Regulation Report

The latest national tobacco rules and news—and what may be on the horizon
Tobacco Regulation Report

Premium Cigar ANPRM: Comments Due July 25, 2018

The final March ANPRM addresses premium-cigar regulations. Specifically, the agency is requesting comments, data, research results or other information on:—The definition of premium cigars.&mdas...

Tobacco Regulation Report

Health-Warning Statements: Additional Deadlines

Compliance deadlines for the new nicotine warning statements are as follows:—Aug. 10, 2018: Advertisements for these tobacco products must bear the new addictiveness warning. This applies to man...

Under the original deadlines set in the FDA deeming rule for electronic cigarettes, cigars and other previously undeemed tobacco products, manufacturers would be facing important deadlines this year: ...

The FDA sent letters requesting similar documentation from four additional e-cig and vaping companies on May 17, 2018. The agency said the companies/products were selected based on attributes that ove...

The first of the three ANPRM deadlines looks at whether the FDA should limit nicotine levels in cigarettes. The agency is seeking input on several issues, including:—Appropriate maximum nicotine...

With the deadlines on these three ANPRMs fast approaching, Lakeville, Minn.-based NATO has encouraged interested parties to submit comments.“FDA staff members have indicated publicly that they r...

As of Aug. 10, 2018, retailers cannot sell or distribute tobacco products without the updated warning statement unless the tobacco product falls under the “safe harbor” provision. To fall ...

Beyond product applications, there are other deadlines (some that already have passed) that are part of the deeming rule. Those deadlines include:—Registration of establishments engaged in ...

There’s no shortage of Food and Drug Administration (FDA) deadlines facing tobacco retailers and manufacturers, from updated addictiveness warning requirements to product applications for newly ...

“These products should never be marketed to, sold to or used by kids, and it’s critical that we take aggressive steps to address the youth use of these products. This includes taking a har...

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