Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for 24 May 2019 Friday. (Update the news at 07h14)
FRANCE: KUMULUS VAPE ENTERS IN STOCK!
It is with surprise that we learn today that Kumulus Vape, specialist in e-cigarettes on the internet is launching into the vast world of the stock market. It also becomes the first company listed in the vaping sector in Europe. (See article)
USA: SOPHIE TURNER IN FLAG ON INSTAGRAM WITH ITS CANNABIS VAPOTEUSE!
On May 22, 2019, Sophie Turner accidentally filmed herself with her electronic cigarette in her lap during an Instagram live. Only, it's not just any utensil: its vapoteuse is used to vaporize THC. Grilled. (See article)
FRANCE: LAUNCHING EVENING FOR VYPE'S NEW “EPOD”!
On Wednesday May 22, 2019, the electronic cigarette brand Vype was in the spotlight at Sandra & Co! She celebrated the launch of her new cigarette called "Epod", in the presence of several celebrities. Iris Mittenaere was among the guests. After his sensational climb of the stairs for the screening of the film Roubaix, a light (With Roschdy Zem, Léa Seydoux and Sara Forestier), the pretty brunette of 26 years removed her beautiful pale pink dress Michael Cinco and donned a black shiny perfecto and jumpsuit. (See article)
UNITED STATES: CALIFORNIA FLAVORED VAPE BILL WITHDRAWAL!
A California bill banning the sale of flavored tobacco in the most populated stores and vending machines in the United States was withdrawn on Thursday. (See article)
SOUTH KOREA: STRONG PROGRESSION OF HEATED TOBACCO SALES IN THE COUNTRY!
The market share of "Heat Not Burn" (HNB) heated tobacco cigarettes has increased more than fivefold over the last two years due to the aggressive marketing of tobacco companies, government data released Friday. (See article)
CANADA: VAPE, A “SCOURGE” IN QUÉBEC SCHOOLS!
"It's a scourge. There has been a lot of progress in reducing smoking, but in the last two or three years, smoking has been making a comeback with vaping, "said David Bowles, president of the Federation of Private Schools. (See article)
JORDAN: MANY ESTABLISHMENTS CLOSED FOR ILLICIT SALE OF E-CIGARETTES
The Jordanian Food and Drug Administration (JFDA) suspended the activities of 19 tobacco shops and closed 41 unlicensed tobacco establishments, in addition to confiscating dozens of electronic cigarette equipment. The administration has launched a surveillance campaign to combat the illegal and unregulated sale of tobacco products and uncertified electronic cigarettes. (See article)
SOUTH KOREA: JUUL LABS IN THE VIEWS OF THE KOREAN GOVERNMENT!
South Korea will take measures, such as cracking down on illegal sales, to prevent young people from accessing new e-cigarettes like Juul that have become popular in many other countries, the health ministry said on Friday. (See article)
HONG KONG: TOBACCO CONTROL ORGANIZATION PRESSES TO REGULATE THE VAPE!
Hong Kong's only statutory tobacco control body on Thursday called on the city's Legislative Council to pass the e-cigarette ban law as soon as possible. (See article)