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Listing of Ingredients in Tobacco Products (*Revised)
Docket No.: FDA-2009-D-0524-0026
Dates: Submit comments by November 28, 2016
Summary: The FDA is announcing the availability of a draft guidance for industry entitled “Listing of Ingredients in Tobacco Products (*Revised).” This is a revision to the first edition of this guidance, which issued in November 2009. The revised guidance is intended to assist manufacturers and importers making tobacco product ingredient submissions to the FDA, as required by the Tobacco Control Act. Revisions to the guidance have been made to include newly-regulated tobacco products, such as e-cigarettes, cigars, and hookah tobacco.
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