“The FDA is committed to keeping tobacco products out of the hands of our nation’s youth,” said Dr. King. “The agency will continue to hold companies accountable for illegally selling e-cigarettes, particularly those that shamelessly target youth.”
Through Oct. 28, 2022, the FDA had issued more than 440 warning letters to firms that were marketing illegal e-cigarettes that contained tobacco-derived nicotine, and more than 60 warning letters to firms that marketed illegal products that contained non-tobacco nicotine.
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