Juul Sales To Teens Leads To FDA Crackdown

Опубликовано 25 апреля 2018, 1:24
The Food and Drug Administration has launched what it calls a “blitz” to stop retailers from selling e-cigarettes to underage kids. A special focus has been laid on the "wildly popular" Juul. The vaping device looks like a flash drive.
The FDA said it warned 40 stores about selling the product to children under 18. It said it had persuaded eBay to control listings.
The agency asked the makers of Juul to turn over marketing research and other documents. This in order to help explain why the product has so quickly taken off with teens.

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