3 Latest Articles About FDA: Shut Down Six Tiny Vape Companies
FDA, DOJ sue 6 vape shops for ignoring warnings about selling illegal products
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is suing six vape shops after the companies ignored Food and Drug Administration warnings that some of their products are illegal, the agency announced in a joint press release with the Department of Justice Tuesday.
FDA Enlists DOJ Help to Shut Down Six Tiny Vape Companies
- Enforcement against tiny businesses, but not gigantic ones
Today the Department of Justice, on behalf of the FDA, sought injunctions against six small vaping businesses to prevent them from manufacturing or selling unauthorized vape products. The FDA says the companies sell products that were never submitted to the agency for premarket approval.
2.FDA and DOJ actions won't affect disposable importers
Products that were on the market before Aug. 8, 2016 were allowed to remain on the market until Sept. 9, 2020—the submission deadline for premarket tobacco applications (PMTAs)—as long as the manufacturers registered with the FDA and followed labeling and other rules.
Reported By Jim McDonald : Smokers created vaping without help from the tobacco industry or anti-smoking crusaders, and I believe vapers have the right to continue innovating to help themselves. My goal is to provide clear, honest information about the challenges vaping faces from lawmakers, regulators, and brokers of disinformation. I’m a member of the CASAA board, but my opinions aren’t necessarily CASAA’s, and vice versa. You can find him on Twitter @whycherrywhy
FDA, DOJ sue vape shops for ignoring warnings about illegal sales
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Tuesday said it is taking legal action against six e-cigarette manufacturers to stop them from selling and promoting their products.