FDA, DOJ Seek Permanent Injunction Against E-Cigarette Manufacturer
Manufacturer failed to take corrective action after being warned it was violating the law.
Retailers Warned to Stop Selling Illegal Youth-Appealing E-Cigarettes
FDA issued warning letters to seven online retailers for selling unauthorized e-cigarettes packaged to look like youth-appealing toys and drink containers.
FDA Warns Internet Retailers for Selling Illegal E-Cigarettes
Illegal products included Elf Bar, the top brand currently used by youth.
Tobacco Product Marketing Granted Orders (MGO)
To date, the FDA has authorized 23 tobacco-flavored e-cigarette products and devices. These are the only e-cigarette products that currently may be lawfully sold in the U.S. The distribution or sale of unlawfully marketed products is subject to enforcement action.See the Legal E-Cigarette Products to Sell and Other MGOs
Actions to Address Recommendations from the Reagan-Udall Foundation Evaluation
At the request of FDA Commissioner Dr. Robert Califf, an independent expert panel facilitated by the Reagan-Udall Foundation (RUF) conducted an operational evaluation of CTP. A final report from the RUF evaluation included 15 recommendations, and in February 2023, CTP published a webpage with detailed plans to address each of the recommendations as quickly as possible. This webpage will be updated routinely to reflect CTP’s latest progress.Learn About CTP’s Actions to Address the RUF Evaluation
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