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FDA orders Juul to stop selling its vaping products in the U.S.

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The axe has fallen for e-cigarette maker Juul.
The FDA ordered the company to stop selling and distributing its ubiquitous vaping devices in the U.S. Thursday, a dramatic end for a company that dominated the e-cigarette market and was valued at $38 billion at the top of its game.
Juul will no longer be able to sell its vapes nor its 5 percent or 3 percent tobacco and menthol-flavored pods in the U.S. without “risk[ing] enforcement action” from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Retailers will also be prohibited from stocking Juul products in the U.S.
The FDA’s ban against Juul come after the company failed to provide consistent evidence about the safety of its vapes and tobacco pods.
“As with all manufacturers, JUUL had the opportunity to provide evidence demonstrating that the marketing of their products meets these standards,” Acting Director of the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products Mich …

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