Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for Monday 28 October 2019. (Update the news at 09h25)
FRANCE: SMOKING GIANTS WANT TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF E-CIGARETTE CRISIS
And if the e-cigarette crisis in the United States was an opportunity for the tobacco giants in France? In any case, they feel that they are in a good position to take advantage of it. Not to sell their traditional cigarettes, but to tout the merits of their vaping systems. (See the article)
LA FRANCE : " NOTHING TO FEAR E-CIGARETTES IN THE COUNTRY!«
For Professor Bertrang Dautzenberg, pneumonia at Pitié-Salpêtrière in Paris and a tobacco expert, there is no need to be alarmed more: "We can trust products that have a brand and address in France". (See the article)
FRANCE: LIQUIDEO LAUNCHES OFFENSIVE AGAINST MONSTER JUUL!
Today and more than ever, Liquideo seeks to democratize the vape and make it more accessible. The craze around ultra-thin e-cigarettes type Juul did not escape him and the French firm decided to market its own device called W Pod, compatible Juul. A Trojan horse strategy fully assumed. (See the article)
FRANCE: THE SNUS LESS DANGEROUS THAN THE CIGARETTE!
A Swedish manufacturer has been authorized in the United States to promote snus, the tobacco to be sucked, as a less harmful alternative to smoking. This wet tobacco is banned in the European Union, except in Sweden. (See the article)
SOUTH KOREA: COUNTRY CALLS POPULATION AGAINST VAPOTAGE!
South Korea on Wednesday urged people not to use liquid electronic cigarettes due to growing health concerns, and pledged to speed up the investigation of the ban on sales, a decision likely to affect large consumers. producers such as Juul and a local tobacco company KT & G. (See the article)
CANADA: SECONDARY SCHOOL COMMITS AGAINST VAPOTAGE!
The fight against the electronic cigarette is the new workhorse of the Polyvalente of Saint-Georges, in Beauce. An information kiosk was set up Wednesday afternoon to inform students of the risks of vaping on their health. (See the article)