FDA Issues Warning Letters for E-cigarettes Appealing to Youth


“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.

You can read the full press release regarding the FDA’s latest warning letters by clicking here.

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