Tobacco Products

Products, Guidance & Regulations

FDA's approach to regulating tobacco products is grounded in science and uses the full power f the law to protect public health.

Products, Ingredients, and Components

FDA's Center for Tobacco Products regulates the following tobacco products:

  • Cigarettes
  • Cigars
  • Dissolvables
  • Hookah Tobacco
  • Nicotine Gels
  • Pipe Tobacco
  • Roll-Your-Own Tobacco
  • Smokeless Tobacco Products, including Dip, Snuff, Snus, and Chewing Tobacco
  • Vapes, E-Cigs, Hookah Pens, and other Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS)

Guidance

To supposed the public health goals of the Tobacco Control Act, FDA provides guidance to help industry understand and comply with all regulations and the law.


Regulations

The decisions made by the FDA in the regulation of tobacco products are grounded in science.


Manufacturing Tobacco Products

If you make, modify, mix, manufacture, fabricate, assemble, process, label, repack, relabel, or import any tobacco product, then you are considered a tobacco manufacturer.

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