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FDA Stopped the Sale of Four Cigarette Brands

The Food and Drug Administration stopped the sale of four cigarette brands these days, declaring that merchants will have to remove them off the shelves and informing the manufacturer, R.J. Reynolds that they are not allowed to sell them any further.

FDA opens the “historical” period to regulate tobacco

Four years after Congress gave him the authority to regulate tobacco products to protect the health of the nation, the Food and Drug Administration issued the first slate of decisions affecting the market for tobacco products, by adopting two new products and rejecting four.
The agency on Tuesday gave Lorillard Tobacco Co. the green light to market two new proposals cigarette offerings – and menthol version of its brand Newport – Newport finding Non-Menthol 100s gold box and Newport Non-Menthol Gold Box “do not raise different questions of public health,” than their counterparts that are already on the market.

FDA to Weigh Safety of Tobacco Lozenges

They may look and smell a lot like candy, but soluble, smokeless tobacco products are not for children. Security risks and “soluble” is the subject of a three-day U.S. Food and Drug Administration meeting this week.