FDA to Severely Restrict Sales of Many Vaping Products

Commissioner Scott Gottlieb caves to pressure campaign; makes it harder for adult smokers to quit.


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WASHINGTON, D.C. — This morning, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb is scheduled to make a speech regarding the future of tobacco and nicotine regulation in the United States.  According to leaks provided to the Washington Post and other outlets last week, Commissioner Gottlieb is expected to announce plans for the FDA Center for Tobacco Products to:

  • Restrict the sale of closed system e-cigarettes like JUUL and blu in flavors other than tobacco, mint, and menthol to vape shops (or other adult-only environments), while allowing flavored e-liquids to continue to be sold in all retail environments.
  • Issue guidelines for online sales of vaping products.
    • Begin the process of banning the sale of cigarettes and possibly e-cigarettes in menthol flavor.

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Gregory Conley, President of the American Vaping Association — a nonprofit that advocates for sensible regulatory policies towards vaping products with the aim of maximizing the number of adult smokers who switch to vaping — offered the following comments in the lead-up to Commissioner Gottlieb’s announcement:

On new restrictions on the sale of closed system vaping products:

“No youth should vape and there is room for more rigorous enforcement to ensure youth are not accessing these products. However, this move by Commissioner Gottlieb will only serve to make it harder for adult smokers to switch to a far less harmful alternative. Not every town has a vape shop, meaning that for many adults, it will be much easier to pick up a pack of Marlboros or Camels — or even an unrestricted cherry-flavored cigar — at a local convenience store than it will be to make the switch to a vaping product that can truly help smokers break their desire for cigarettes.
“While it is nice to see Commissioner Gottlieb recognize that flavored e-liquid products are not a significant issue with youth, the sad fact remains that he has done nothing in his tenure as FDA Commissioner to push for reasonable regulatory reforms on this sector of the industry. Without reform, the small- and medium-sized American businesses that produce these e-liquid products will be decimated by inordinately expensive application requirements that only large tobacco companies and perhaps JUUL are prepared to face. Simply put, the very same e-liquid products that Commissioner Gottlieb acknowledges are making a difference in the lives of adult smokers currently have no path to gain approval by the agency.
“Allowing convenience stores to continue selling mint and menthol pods is hardly a compromise worthy of applause. In the coming days or weeks, adult ex-smokers will find themselves unable to easily purchase products that have helped them become smoke-free. Tragically, some ex-smokers will likely end up relapsing back to cigarettes because of this reckless policy shift. Congratulations, Commissioner Gottlieb.”
On Internet sales:
“The vast majority of online sellers of vaping products use third-party age verification systems that appear to have withstood FDA compliance checks. Any retailer not using such a system should be put out of business, including sellers on third-party websites like eBay and Amazon.”
“Notably, the FDA has never released a list of Internet retailers that have refused to sell to minors in sting operations. Meanwhile, the FDA has documented tens of thousands of compliance checks on traditional retail stores. The FDA’s continual failure to release data on their Internet operations is worthy of questioning.”
On menthol e-cigarette bans:

“Commissioner Gottlieb has no rational justification for proposing this ban. While menthol in cigarettes has been documented as reducing the harsh taste of burning tobacco, the complete absence of tobacco leaf makes this argument nonsensical when applied to vaping products. If the FDA is going to ban menthol cigarettes, it should be working to ensure that satisfying alternatives are available for the adult smokers impacted by this ban, not prohibiting such products from remaining on the market.”

[Note: Like all early reporting on Commissioner Gottlieb’s forthcoming announcement, the menthol ban being extended to e-cigarettes has NOT been confirmed.]

On JUUL’s ‘voluntary’ plan to restrict sales of their flavored pods:
“Saying we are disappointed in JUUL’s decision to fold on flavors would imply that we actually thought they had a backbone and would fight for their adult customers.”
“With massive private investments and big prospects for international expansion, JUUL should not have an issue surviving this hit to their revenue. That does not mean this was a smart move though. Waving the white flag of surrender in their home market in a desperate attempt to win over their enemies will only serve to set a terrible precedent that will come back to haunt them as they bring JUUL to new countries.”
These comments are preliminary and may be changed if the content of Commissioner Gottlieb’s announcement differs from the agency’s leaks to the media.

 photo 14680600_10153766777976249_8873161743145297457_n.jpgAbout the American Vaping Association The American Vaping Association is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization that advocates for fair and sensible regulation of vapor products, otherwise known as electronic cigarettes, with the goal of maximizing the number of adult smokers who use these products to quit smoking. The AVA was founded by Gregory Conley, a consumer and industry advocate with a long track record of advocating for vapor products dating back to 2010.

We are dedicated to educating the public and government officials about public health benefits offered by vapor products, which are battery-powered devices that heat a liquid nicotine or nicotine-free solution and create an inhalable vapor.  The AVA is not a trade group and does not speak for any particular businesses, including our industry sponsors.

You can learn more about AVA and vaping by visiting the AVA website. You can also find us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.  You can also reach out to Greg Conely at Contact: Gregory Conley
Tel: 609-947-8059
Email: gconley@vaping.org


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VTA RESPONDS TO FDA ANNOUNCEMENT


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Today, the Food & Drug Administration announced numerous actions related to tobacco control and the vapor industry.  Vapor Technology Association has met with the FDA and worked relentlessly on vaper’s behalf to advocate for our industry. Our members have already announced proactive steps far in advance of today’s actions to curb youth access. Most importantly, VTA has been your voice in Washington advocating for the fair and common-sense regulation of these products.

Today’s announcement makes one thing abundantly clear: The FDA has heard our message. 

First, flavored ENDS products must be treated differently than dangerous combustible cigarettes. We applaud Commissioner Gottlieb’s recognition that combustible cigarettes and flavored cigars must be treated differently than live-saving ENDS products. ENDS products – specifically flavors – are fundamental to improving public health through transitioning adult smokers to less harmful alternatives.

Second, from the first time that VTA met with the Commissioner they spoke of the importance of vape shops.  Today, we are pleased to see FDA’s recognition of the hard work from vape shops around the country in being responsible stewards and representatives of our industry.  The VTA are currently represents vape shops in nearly 30 states, and today’s announcement vindicates the hard work our retailers do every single day to ensure proper distribution and strong enforcement of age verification to keep these products out of the hands of minors.

Third, FDA indicated its intent to continue to crack down on the improper marketing of ENDS products, rather than simply ban flavors in ENDS.  This was the single most important message we left with the Commissioner, and his actions to date and again today demonstrates that he is dedicated to eliminating those improper marketing practices as we are.

As FDA finalizes a framework around certain aspects of today’s action – including third party online verification – we’ll continue to keep you informed of developments related to today’s announcement.   We will also provide a deeper dive into the announcement later.
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Here is the summary of the major points in FDA’s announcement:

  1. Flavored ENDS products that are not sold in an age-restricted, in-person location.
    • Have all flavored ENDS products (other than tobacco, mint and menthol flavors or non-flavored products) sold in age-restricted, in-person locations. All ENDS products, including e-liquids, cartridge-based systems and cigalikes, in flavors except tobacco, mint and menthol, would be included. For instance, the proposed policy would apply to flavors such as cherry, vanilla, crème, tropical, melon and others.
    • To advance this goal, the FDA is revisiting the compliance policy on PMTA authorization for such flavored products sold in physical locations where people under the age of 18 are permitted.
    • The FDA is not revisiting the compliance policy with respect to ENDS products sold exclusively in age-restricted locations – for instance, a stand-alone tobacco retailer (such as a vape shop) that adequately prevents persons under the age of 18 from entering the store at any time; or, a section of an establishment that adequately prevents entry of persons under the age of 18 and the flavored ENDS products are not visible or accessible to persons under the age of 18 at any time.
    • At this time, ENDS products with tobacco, mint or menthol flavors, as well as any non-flavored ENDS products, sold in any location, would not be included in any policy revisions. This distinction among flavors seeks to maintain access for adult users of these products, including adults who live in rural areas and may not have access to an age-restricted location, while evidence of their impacts continues to develop. It also recognizes that combustible cigarettes are currently available in menthol in retail locations that are not age-restricted. This approach is informed by the potential public health benefit for adult cigarette smokers who may use these ENDS products as part of a transition away from smoking.
    • The FDA, however, will not ignore data regarding the popularity of mint- and menthol-flavored ENDS among kids. We will continue to use all available surveillance resources to monitor the rates and use patterns among youth and adults for these products, and we will reconsider our policies with respect to these products, if appropriate.
  2. Flavored ENDS products (other than tobacco, mint and menthol flavors or non-flavored products) that are sold online.
    • In addition, we will seek to curtail the sale of applicable flavored ENDS products that are sold online without heightened age verification processes.
    • The FDA will be working to identify these heightened measures for age verification and other restrictions to prevent youth access via online sales. These best practices would be available soon, so sites can quickly adopt them.
    • Because no tobacco products should be sold to kids (including non-flavored ENDS products or those with tobacco, mint and menthol flavors), the FDA will continue to enforce the law whenever we see online sales of these products to minors and will closely monitor online sales of mint and menthol ENDS products.
  3. Flavored cigars.
    • Research shows that, compared to adults (25 or older) who smoke cigars, a higher proportion of youth who smoke cigars use flavored cigars. This data also indicates that eliminating flavors from cigars would likely help prevent cigar initiation by young people.
    • Given these public health concerns, I believe flavored cigars should no longer be subject to the extended compliance date for premarket authorization — regardless of the location in which the products are sold.
    • The FDA’s proposal to revisit the compliance policy for flavored cigars that are new tobacco products does not apply to the entire product category, as some products were considered “grandfathered.” Accordingly, the FDA intends to propose a product standard that would ban flavors in all cigars.
    • In July, the comment period for our ANPRM on flavors in tobacco products closed. The FDA has expedited review and analysis of these comments, and we intend to proceed with developing a proposed regulation. As included in the most recent Unified Agenda, the FDA intends to prioritize the issuance of this proposed rule.
  4. ENDS products that are marketed to kids.
    • The FDA will pursue the removal from the market of those ENDS products that are marketed to children and/or appealing to youth. This could include using popular children’s cartoon or animated characters, or names of products favored by kids like brands of candy or soda.
  5. Menthol in combustible tobacco products.
    • Informed by the comments from our ANPRM, the FDA will advance a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that would seek to ban menthol in combustible tobacco products, including cigarettes and cigars.
    • The FDA started this process several years ago with an ANPRM. That ANPRM issued alongside the FDA’s preliminary scientific evaluation, which suggested menthol use is likely associated with increased smoking initiation by youth and young adults.
    • Now, armed with the additional years of data, comments from the public – and with the perspective of our Comprehensive Plan and its implementation – the FDA will accelerate the proposed rulemaking process to ensure that our policies on flavored tobacco products protect public health across the continuum of risk.


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Trump’s Nominee to Lead the FDA Got Paid Millions by the Health Care Industry

Dr. Scott Gottlieb, President Donald Trump’s nominee to head the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), is a widely respected physician and prominent conservative health care thinker. He also has some serious financial ties to the industry he’s tasked with overseeing if ultimately confirmed by the Senate.

The nominee, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, has spent the bulk of his career working in the drug and health care industry, which experts say raises the potential for myriad conflicts of interest. If confirmed to head the F.D.A., he would wield considerable power over companies and investment firms that have paid him millions of dollars over the years.

Gottlieb has received millions of dollars in compensation from some 20-odd biopharma and health firms, according to financial disclosure documents reported by the Wall Street Journal.

Gottlieb says he plans to recuse himself from any FDA decisions involving those firms. That would include drug giants such as GlaxoSmithKline (GSK, -1.21%) and Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMY, +0.04%) — two companies that have an approximate combined $185 billion market cap between them alone.

But the nominee’s involvement in the business of health care is far more involved. For instance, he served as a venture partner at New Enterprise Associates and poured cash into several health care startups while involved with outfits like T.R. Winston & Co.

Furthermore, Gottlieb was a senior adviser to rare disease drug maker Vertex Pharmaceuticals and helped found the cancer biotech upstart Cell Biotherapy. His payments from the industry have mostly been for consulting and speaking fees, including more than $87,000 from GlaxoSmithKline since 2016 and $1.85 million from T.R. Winston.

Those associations may not ultimately sway Gottlieb’s decisions as FDA commissioners. Previous heads of the agency have also had relationships with the biopharma sector, including Obama FDA chief Dr. Robert Califf, and it’s rare for commissioner to get personally involved in individual company-related decisions.


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Dr. Gottlieb’s nomination comes at a momentous time for the agency, which Mr. Trump has promised to significantly remake. The next commissioner will be charged with putting into practice a far-reaching law, passed in December, aimed at bringing drugs to market more quickly. Congress also must reauthorize a set of bills this year that determine how much the drug and medical device industry will pay in user fees, which fund more than half of the agency’s budget to review new drugs.

FDA comes down hard on vaping

FDA limits flavors

AMERICA’S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) plans to ban sales of most flavored e-cigarettes in stores and gas stations nationwide under a plan to stop underage vaping, it has been revealed.

The FDA is expected to announce details of the new measures next week, according to a senior agency official as reported in America’s Washington Post.

The new law change, which is expected to have a “significant impact” on the vaping industry, has already been criticized by industry experts and public health groups who are concerned ex smokers who have successfully quit cigarettes thanks to vaping flavors, could return to their old habits if the products are harder to get hold of.

New measures will also include setting up age-verification measures for online sales to stop minors buying flavored pods.

Those opposing the flavor ban include American Vaping Association‘s Gregory Conley who recently told a panel discussion on e-cigarettes hosted by US news website Axios that enforcing bans on both flavors and sales could do huge damage to America’s public’s health, since vaping has helped over 4.5 million ex smokers quit tobacco for good.

He explained: “I vape Tropical Twist, so it has some pineapple to it, so mostly I use fruits – the vast majority of adult vapers are using non tobacco flavors and it’s the non tobacco flavors that so many of ex smokers say: ‘That’s the reason why I was able to quit because once I’d had mango, once I’d had watermelon, a tobacco cigarette didn’t taste so good after a week or two.’

“No doubt flavors are a reason why people are drawn to the product but it’s not the only reason why youth use the product. When the government ask them: ‘Why have you vaped?’, the number one and number two reasons are that: ‘It’s less harmful than smoking’ and ‘because it’s less harmful to those around me’.

“So ignoring the hurt – the grave damage – that this would do to adult smokers if there was a flavor ban tomorrow, if youth are using these products for nicotine, many will continue to use these products if there are flavors or not.”

He added: “The number one issue – if you don’t have flavors you do not have adults switching to these products….Tobacco flavors are awful. You do not have harm reduction with these products. You can just get rid of the entire category if you are not going to have flavors available.”

The FDA, meanwhile, has claimed the new initiative has been spurred by new preliminary government data that shows e-cigarette use rose 77 percent among high schoolers and nearly 50 per cent among middle schoolers in 2018.

It also comes after the FDA conducted investigations into underage vaping sales in stores across America earlier this year and issued over 1,300 warning letters and fines to retailers who illegally sold e-cigarettes to minors.

Retailers who were caught include national convenience stores and gas stations like 7-Eleven, Circle K, Shell and Mobil, according to an FDA database.

This flawed data is spuriously misleading. It’s simple arithmetic!!: The seemingly alarming increase is only because the base for the % increase is relatively small. E.g., let’s make the the computation small for illustration: Say the number of teenage vapers was 10 in 2017 and increased by 8 in 2018…that’s a whopping 80% increase…but the number of new vapers is only 8. I’m willing to bet a dollar and a doughnut that despite the high % increase, the actual number of new teenage vapers was less than the number of new teenage smokers.

And…to cite as a reason and allude that regular stores can’t do an adequate job checking ID for vape products “because vape stores are better at checking ID from customers”…but apparently adequate enough for checking ID for indisputably deadly tobacco products to Alcohol  is so laughable it totally insults my intelligence!

Count me as one of those who was able kick my 2-pack a day habit with fruity flavored tropical juices.  Say’s David Giudice of Vaping Advocacy Network.

 

JUUL pulled all flavored vapor products from the market today in an ill advised attempt to squelch Scott Gottliebs imaginary “Epidemic”

This is the single greatest attack on American health I have ever witnessed.

Smoking will kill 480,000 people this year alone.
In 9 years of mass vaping by people worldwide ZERO deaths

We are seeing the lowest levels of Adult and Teen smoking EVER!

Yes, teenagers are vaping.
No , they shouldn’t
But teenagers historically do things they shouldn’t.

Taking away vaping flavors from adults will never stop teenagers from scheming ways to do things they shouldn’t

Why would Scott Gottlieb and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration take away what is working at stopping the single deadliest addiction in America, in an attempt to prevent teens from using a product that is provably AT LEAST 95% safer than smoking?

The answer is that the FDA is not interested in healthy citizens.

This is despicable

Smoking kills people
Making quitting harder means less people quit

Which means more people will die because of this action which came from FDA pressure

The FDA loves dead smokers more than healthy vapers

 

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South Park Slams Vape Culture And Vapor Joe

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South Park Slams Vape Culture And Vapor Joe

MANY people still believe that vaping is just as bad for you as smoking ordinary cigarettes.

But it isn’t.
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However even Scott Gottlieb the director of the FDA stated that “If everyone quit smoking and started vaping that America would be a safer place.”

They also think that because you are inhaling nicotine in the vapor of e-cigarettes you are just as likely to get lung cancer as you would smoking tobacco.

But the study that the stories are based on, published in the journal PNAS, doesn’t show this. Nicotine is what makes cigarettes addictive, but isn’t what causes the damage from smoking.

How The South Park Tegridy Farms Episode Slams Vape Culture And Vapor Joe

Some people may have seen a recent episode of South Park titled “Tegridy Farms” Season 22 Episode 4. Where a so called “Vaping Epidemic” has taken over South Park Elementary and Vapor Joe was portrayed as selling vaporizers to children on the side of the street in a very shady fashion best portrayed as a drug deal. They also showed Cartman attacking Vapor Joe and leaving him to be arrested with a dead hooker to avoid paying him. Vape mods were also refered to as “pussy sticks”.

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The entirety of the show was a blantant attack on the “Tegridy” of the Vaping Industry.

In this Blog we will attempt to break down the flaws in information depicted by the show and debunk where possible.

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As the show starts Stan moves his family to a Colorado Cannabis farm out of frustration due in part to Shelly sending pictures of her “butthole” to the hall monitor to distract him so she could Vape.

How South Park Season 22 Episode 4 Tegridy Farms Went Up In Smoke

It has been known for a while now that some people who are anti-vaping look at vaping as a kind of drug. Questions arise about how they could smoke drugs in their vape.

However medical Marajuana is in fact legal in the state of Colorado, the fact that they are identifying it with vaping is still a blantant attack on the vaping industry.

Some companies have even gone so far as to come up with a “dry herb vaporizor” which has a heating element inside it to heat up said herbs to the point they are smoking but not burning. Then they smoke it much like they would a pipe.

It can not really be said these are for tobacco use only due to the nature of vaping being to keep people from smoking traditional tobacco. In a place such as Colorado however the act of smoking marajuana in a dry herb vaporizer would be completely legal as long as they had the proper papers and licenses ect.

Some time in the show passes and Kyle catches Ike in the playground with some other prechoolers vaping on what looks to be a JUUL.

South Park Episode Tegridy Farms Still Smoke’n

In real life it is believed that JUUL is the preferred vape of the children. Speculation is that because of the compact size and the ability to hide it contributes to this. It has been becoming a “fad” or as some people may call it an “epidemic”.

So the FDA has been investigating JUUL 

JUUL states that children vaping is NOT something they condone nor endorse.

ALSO, They make it a point to mention flavors as being a big attraction to these children naming off some of them in the episode. As previously linked this video also talks about flavorings and how they are important to adults and how critial they are to the vaping economy.

Then some more time passes.
And they find Butters who is playing the roll of what would be a “middleman” selling the vapes to the children. As he opens his trench coat exposing an assortment of vape flavors and vapes.

A little later a guy pulls up in a car at Tegridy Farms. It is the owner of Big Vape and wants to buy the farm so he can put Stan’s product in their vaporizers. Then pulls out a mod similar in looks to a JUUL. With the little charging contacts on the bottom bearing a strong resembalance to JUUL. Stan states he will does not want his Tegridy Bud to be put in those “pussy sticks”.

AGAIN an attack on the vaping industry as they chose to use the one company being investigated and associate a drug with it.

Going on record to state that Marajuana is not one of the ingredients in e-juice.

14 minutes 30 seconds in is when we see Vapor Joe’s portrayed figure appear. He buys 2 bags of vape items from Big Vape store.

South Park Tegridy Farms Episode Attempts To Kill Vaping With A Bang

A little more time passes and Sharon tells Stan that Kyle was sent home from school for vaping which he actually was not doing. It was Ike’s vape. Stan get outraged but not because Kyle had a vape as much so as Kyle had a “pussy stick”.
Poking fun at the common knowledge that some parents turn their backs while their kids vape and some even go so far as to support it. This is NOT a vape problem this is a PARENTING problem.
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So at the end of the episode Stan goes into the Big Vape store and starts attacking people and goes to the back where the kids were stealing vape juice from big canisters that look to be under pressure. Then the entire vape shop explodes.

Poking fun at the fact that when vaping first started there was some uneducated people that put batteries in upside down or they put keys in their pockets with batteries and a few people got hurt.

Vape juice is not made in pressurizes drums and is not explosive.

DIY 101
Ejuice is made from Vegetable Glycerin

ALSO Propelyne Glycol
Long known ingredient in Asthma Nebulizers

Also Flavoring.
AND last but not least Nicotine.
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Wicked Knights Vapor Cinnamon Blueberry Pastery E Liquid Review

Wicked Knights Vapor Cinnamon Blueberry Pastery E Liquid Review

Cinnamon flavors are really hard to do and I appreciate that. A lot of them come out really spicy and burn my throat. This flavor isn’t like that and I really like that it’s a creamier cinnamon. It isn’t harsh like a lot of them are. The one thing it’s missing is something sweet. Cinnamon by itself is not very sweet.  I will say it smells divine and my living room smelled rather tasty after vaping it for a while. The flavor also grew on me after vaping it for a bit. It tastes good; it’s just missing a little something. The vape production was a little below average and the throat hit wasn’t so much there. But with a cinnamon flavor, that can go one of two ways and I’d rather have a smoother less noticeable throat hit, than something that’s going to burn going down.

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