What are FDA’s Regulations for Flavored Tobacco?
On September 22, 2009, FDA banned cigarettes with characterizing fruit, candy, and clove flavors -- cigarettes that have special appeal for children. The agency’s national effort to enforce this provision of the Tobacco Control Act and to advise parents about the dangers of flavored tobacco products was an important first step for responsible tobacco regulation that will protect the American public.
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