The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday authorized a tobacco-flavored e-cigarette made by tobacco giant Reynolds American Inc. and rejected several sweet or fruit-flavored refill cartridges the company wanted to bring back on the market.
The decision signals the hard line the agency is taking on sweet and fruity e-cigarette flavors in a broad review it is conducting to determine which vaping products may remain on the U.S. market. Reynolds’s Vuse Solo vaporizer and its tobacco-flavored refill cartridges are the first products to receive authorization as part of the review.
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Source:" WSJ "