Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for Monday 28 October 2019. (Update the news at 09h25)
FRANCE: TOBACCO GIANTS WANT TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE 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 article)
LA FRANCE : " NOTHING TO FEAR E-CIGARETTES IN THE COUNTRY!«
For Professor Bertrang Dautzenberg, pneumoloccus at Pitié-Salpêtrière in Paris and tobacco specialist, there is therefore no further alarm: "We can have confidence in products that have a brand and an address in France". (See article)
FRANCE: LIQUIDEO LAUNCHES THE OFFENSIVE AGAINST THE JUUL MONSTER!
Today and more than ever, Liquideo seeks to democratize vaping and make it more accessible. The craze around ultra-thin Juul-type e-cigarettes has not escaped him and the French firm has decided to market its own device called W Pod, compatible with Juul. A fully assumed Trojan horse strategy. (See article)
FRANCE: THE SNUS LESS DANGEROUS THAN THE CIGARETTE!
A Swedish manufacturer has been approved in the United States to promote snus, the sucking tobacco, as a less harmful alternative to cigarettes. This wet tobacco is banned in the European Union, except in Sweden. (See article)
SOUTH KOREA: COUNTRY CALLS POPULATION AGAINST VAPOTAGE!
South Korea on Wednesday recommended people stop using liquid e-cigarettes amid growing health concerns, and pledged to speed up the investigation into the sales ban, a move likely to affect big business. producers such as Juul and a local tobacco company KT & G. (See article)
CANADA: A SECONDARY SCHOOL IS COMMITTED AGAINST VAPING!
The fight against electronic cigarettes is the new battle horse of the Polyvalente de Saint-Georges, in Beauce. An information kiosk was set up at noon on Wednesday to inform students of the health risks of vaping. (See article)