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Food and Drug Administration and Compliance Issues
Tuesday, March 10, 2020
FDA Warns Retailers, Manufacturers to Remove Unauthorized E-Cigarette Products from Market
Agency Continues to Conduct Inspections to Ensure Compliance with Focus on Targeted Unauthorized Flavored E-Cigarette Products Appealing to Youth
Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued 22 warning letters to online and brick-and-mortar e-cigarette product retailers and manufacturers across the country who sell flavored, cartridge-based electronic nicotine delivery system (ENDS) products advising them that selling these products, which lack marketing authorization, is illegal. The warning letters were sent to some establishments with well-known names such as 7-Eleven and Shell and are the first of what will be a series of ongoing actions consistent with the FDA’s recently issued policy of enforcement priorities for e-cigarettes and other deemed products on the market.
As announced earlier this year, the FDA is prioritizing enforcement against the following unauthorized ENDS products: 1) flavored, cartridge-based ENDS products (other than tobacco or menthol flavored); 2) all other ENDS products for which the manufacturer has failed to ...