Vap'News offers you your flash news about the e-cigarette for the day of Thursday 2 May 2019. (Update the news at 10h42)
EUROPE: "VAPING IS NOT TOBACCO", A GOAL OF A MILLION SIGNATURES!
"We call on the EU Commission to repeal Article 20 of the 2014 / 40 / EU Directive and to create tailor-made legislation that clearly distinguishes vaping products from tobacco products and pharmaceuticals. This is the goal of the "Vaping is not Tobacco" platform, which wants to collect more than a million signatures! (View site)
CANADA: TOWARDS A NEUTRAL PACKAGE OF "BROWN" COLOR CIGARETTE
The packets of cigarettes in the country will soon be all brown, just to make them as unattractive as possible. This is one of many measures included in Health Canada's new regulations for tobacco products and their packaging announced Wednesday. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: NJOY SEEKS 5 BILLIONS TO HEALTH!
The vaping product manufacturer, NJOY, is seeking 5 billions of dollars. This is nothing less than a spin-off for NJOY since the company filed for bankruptcy three years ago. This reversal of NJOY could stifle the growth of the market leader, Juul Labs. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: MOTIVATE BUSINESSES TO NO LONGER WORK WITH BIG TOBACCO
The Quit Big Tobacco campaign wants to stifle tobacco advertising by asking agencies, businesses and universities to refuse to work with tobacco companies. (See the article)