NEW YORK — When CVS made the decision to stop selling cigarettes and other tobacco products in February, it was a pretty radical move. But the company almost went further. CVS also considered scrapping soda and candy, chief executive Larry Merlo revealed on Thursday.
The debate over the safety of e-cigarettes, and whether they will help smokers to quit, or simply make it easier for them to start or continue lighting up, heated up this week.
The UK’s leading electronic cigarette manufacturer, Totally Wicked, has launched a legal challenge to the EU’s Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) on the grounds that Article 20 of the Directive breaches EU law.
From New York City to the rural town of Edna, e-cigarettes are being snuffed out faster than they can be recharged.
Texas Roadhouse, 4908 N. Navarro St. in Victoria, recently posted a green sign on its front door announcing electronic “smoking” is no longer welcome.
Poster and magazine campaign for Lucky Strike Japan. Tokyo ADC winner.
cd/ad/cw: Marcus Woolcott, photographer: Craig McDean
JTI introduces on the market innovative cigarettes Glamour Minislims with 4.7 mm in diameter with LSS (Less Smoke Smell) technology that furthers reduction of tobacco smoke smell.
State lawmakers are taking into consideration a recommended bill that would increase the smoking age in Colorado to 21, even so certain tobacco linked organizations state the law is not fair and could possibly leave them without business.