The FDA has launched what it calls a “blitz” to stop convenience stores and other retailers from selling e-cigarettes, especially Juul, to underaged kids.
The FDA is not going that far but said it would try to stop sales to minors. “First, we’re announcing that the FDA has been conducting a large-scale, undercover nationwide blitz to crack down on the sale of e-cigarettes — specifically Juul products — to minors at both …
FDA cracks down on sales of Juul, other e-cigarettes to youths Scott Gottlieb, commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, has announced a nationwide crackdown on the sale of e-cigarettes to
FDA cracks down on JUUL and other e-cigarette product sales to minors The Food and Drug Administration announced on Tuesday a crackdown on the sales of e …
The Food and Drug Administration has cited 40 retailers for selling e-cigarettes to minors as part of a major blitz to prevent sales to kids. The agency announced on Tuesday it sent warnings to
FDA cracks cracks down on JUUL e-cigarette sales to minors the agency began conducting a one-month undercover blitz nationwide to crack down on sales in stores and online to those under 18
Apr 24, 2018 · First, we’re announcing that the FDA has been conducting a large-scale, undercover nationwide blitz to crack down on the sale of e-cigarettes – specifically JUUL products – …
FDA Cracks Down on Juul e-Cigarette Sales to Minors, Issues Warnings The FDA has asked Juul Labs to turn over design and marketing documents so it can study whether certain product features are
FDA CRACKDOWN The FDA recently started a crackdown on retailers selling e-cigarettes to underage kids. The popular vaping device Juul is at the center of the crackdown because it resembles a flash drive and is easy to conceal from adults. Of particular concern is that the flash drive style of devices typically deliver more nicotine.
FDA cracks down in ‘blitz’ on E-Liquid sales on Ebay! by Luis Halili on May 08, 2018 The Food and Drug Administration has launched what it calls a “blitz” to stop retailers from selling E-Liquid to underage kids, with a special focus on the «wildly popular» Juul, a vaping device that looks like a flash drive.
From June through August 2018, the FDA conducted an undercover nationwide blitz to crack down on the sale of e-cigarettes to minors at both brick-and-mortar and online retailers.
FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said the agency is conducting an undercover, nationwide blitz this month to try and stop the sale of e-cigarette products from companies like JUUL to minors.
The more than 1,300 warning letters and fines to retailers announced today were part of a large-scale, undercover nationwide blitz to crack down on the sale of e-cigarettes to minors at both brick