FDA Begins Crackdown On Illegally Marketed E-Cigarettes

By Emily Field (February 6, 2020, 4:54 PM EST) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday said it would start prioritizing enforcement against makers of illegally marketed flavored e-cigarettes, especially those whose products are popular with and easily accessible to minors.

The agency is starting to enforce the guidelines around the sale of fruit- and mint-flavored cartridge-based vapes announced by the Trump administration earlier in the year in an effort to tamp down on youth vaping. The FDA said it would start inspecting and monitoring e-cigarette makers and retailers.

"Importantly, this policy is designed to be flexible, enabling the agency to focus its priorities as warranted to address youth...

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