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Daily News on Vape Industry June 3rd, 2024

  1. The U.S. FDA will impose a civil fine of $20,678 on 10 retailers that sold unlicensed “ELF BAR” vapes, aiming to combat youth vape use. Surveys show that more than half of teenage smokers use the “ELF BAR” brand.


  1. According to a study commissioned by Altria, the vast majority of vapes smoked by New York City residents are flavored vapes imported from China, of which the Air Bar brand accounts for more than 50%.


  1. Russia’s comprehensive ban on the sale of vapes was submitted to the State Duma today (31st). The initiator of the bill said that the rate of vape use among teenagers has surged tenfold since 2011, and the bill aims to strengthen youth health protection.


  1. The 37th World No Tobacco Day has beencelebrated on May 31, 2024. The World Health Organization has released a promotional video for this purpose, with the theme of “World No Tobacco Day 2024: Youth Stand Up and Speak Out #Tobacco Exposed”, which aims to call on governments to take measures to protect young people from the predatory marketing strategies of the tobacco industry.


  1. The Irish Minister of Health approved a ban to remove existing tobacco vending machines on the grounds that these machines easily lead to violations of tobacco control regulations.


  1. The World Electronic Cigarette Alliance protested in front of the World Health Organization, calling for the recognition of products such as vapesas effective harm reduction tools. The group urged the WHO to support alternative nicotine products to achieve a smoke-free future.


  1. The Institute for Public Health and the Environment, an agency under the Dutch Ministry of Health, recommended standardizing the design of vapes to reduce their appeal to teenagers. This plan is consistent with the recommendations of the World Health Organization (WHO).