FDA Denies Authorization to Market JUUL Products
JUUL products subject to these marketing denial orders must be removed from the US market, or FDA may take enforcement action.
FDA Plans to Establish Max Nicotine Level in Cigarettes
A nicotine product standard, if finalized, would make cigarettes and certain other combusted tobacco products minimally- or non-addictive.
“Next Legends” Youth E-cigarette Prevention Campaign
Learn about FDA’s new campaign to educate American Indian/Alaska Native youth, ages 12-17, about the harms of vaping.
Tobacco Product Marketing Orders
To legally market a new tobacco product, manufacturers must submit an application to FDA and receive a marketing authorization from FDA. When a new tobacco product is granted a marketing order, information is posted online for public awareness. FDA notes that in accordance with a court order, deemed new tobacco products that were on the market as of August 8, 2016 were required to submit an application to FDA by September 9, 2020 or risk enforcement.Learn More About the Latest Marketing Decisions
Tobacco Education Resources for Parents and Teachers
As youth e-cigarette use remains a public health crisis, it is important that parents and educators have access to resources to learn more and to start an honest conversation with teens about the dangers of youth tobacco use. FDA has free resources available, including videos, infographics, posters, and fact sheets.Learn more
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