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  1. Consultation on Potential Regulatory Measures to Reduce Youth Access and Appeal of Vaping Products: Evidence and Recommendations from the U.S. Experience

    1.5% of adolescent and young adult e-cigarette users used tobacco flavored-Juuls and.9% used tobacco-flavored other e-cigarette products.  Instead, the majority used fruit or dessert flavors (33% for Juul users and 64% for other e-cigarette users) and 27% of Juul users and 12% of other e-cigarette users used ...

  2. FDA must address youth tobacco addiction now by restricting technology and marketing strategies that appeal to and addict youth

     “Juuling” has become a crisis in schools, with teachers and school administrators spending time monitoring ... that would automatically remind consumers to use the device and to reorder nicotine liquids or pods. Juul’s chief executive Kevin Burns said Juul will soon be testing new Bluetooth technology that will let users ...

  3. Juul is trying to trick San Francisco voters into repealing laws they passed to protect San Franciscans from Juul

    Taking another page from its senior partner Philip Morris’ playbook, Juul just filed the paperwork to start collecting signatures for an initiative that, according to Juul, “imposes additional regulations ... to people under 21, and guarantees that Juul will remain welcome in the City. This is just like Philip ...

  4. FDA’s proposed modifications to its compliance policy for e-cigarettes leaves millions of youth at risk for starting to use e-cigarettes; FDA needs to remove these products from the market now and clamp down on illegal therapeutic and modified risk claims

    from the market now and clamp down on illegal therapeutic and modified risk claims in Juul and other ... restrictions.   Of particular concern, the wildly popular Juul and Juul-alike pods would still be available ... study, 27% of Juul users and 12% of other e-cigarette users use mint or menthol flavors. [1] If other ...

  5. What the FDA is and is not talking about doing now

    is an incremental negative for JUUL as these flavors represent >80% of its sales. Last year, JUUL pulled all ... essentially all of its flavor sales shifted to mint/menthol, which accounted for over 80% of JUUL’s sales ... "this is an unfavorable development for JUUL, but cigarette volumes could improve and IQOS may ...

  6. Juul runs full page ad in SF Chronicle claiming its initiative doesn’t repeal the ban of flavored ecigs

    Juul seems pretty unhappy that independent legal experts are decoding the obscure legal language in Section 19N.5-6(a) of the Juul initiative that would replace all existing e-cig regulations in San Francisco with rules written by Juul, including exempting e-cigarettes from the ban on the sale ...

  7. Class action lawsuit against Juul moves forward in San Francisco

    in Florida, the complaint documents how Juul developed and marketed Juul to make it as addictive as possible.  The extensive discussion of how Juul developed and implemented its social media campaign is especially interesting because it shows just how meticulous and effective Juul was in pursuing its target market.  ...

  8. Juul top donor to California Democratic convention

    (May 31) and someone mentioned to me that Juul was one of the top contributors. I did notice that other contributors included some cannabis companies like Weedmap, but JUUL was at the top of the list." I suppose Juul gave all that money as part of their ongoing effort to protect public health. ...

  9. Ken Warner, David Abrams, Ray Niaura, Neil McKeganey, Michael Siegel publicly endorse Juul initiative

    to get a premarket order from FDA, something Juul and the other e-cig companies could have done 3 years ago. They also seem happy to see the flavor ban repealed and Juul writing San Francisco’s public health laws. Will they be making public appearances for Juul, too? ...

  10. If Juul’s CEO was really “sorry” for addicting all those kids, he would stop fighting San Francisco’s sensible regulation

    On the CNBC special on vaping that ran on July 15, 2019, Juul CEO Kevin Burns said “I’m sorry” for all the kids who are using his product and repeated the Juul line that it was all an accident that all ... they bought and all the parties theu threw for young adults. If he was really sorry, Juul would ...

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