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Dutch firm has high hopes for new vaping product

Dutch firm has high hopes for new vaping product

| March 6, 2015

The Dutch company E-njoint has launched a vaping product that, its says, is infused with an authentic cannabis taste and smell, provides a mild high, but may be smoked in countries where it is illegal to smoke cannabis. ‘Because the E-njoint contains no THC, CBD, nicotine, tar or toxins it’s completely legal, but still gives […]

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Vaping Advocate of the Year Awards announced

Vaping Advocate of the Year Awards announced

| March 6, 2015

The Global Forum on Nicotine’s inaugural Vaping Advocate of the Year Awards have gone to Jens Mellin, a consumer advocate and blogger from Germany, and Professor Bern Mayer, of the University of Graz, Austria. Mayer is said to have used his background in science, health and academia to promote the cause of vaping as a […]

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JTI seen as top employer

JTI seen as top employer

| March 6, 2015

Japan Tobacco International was one of five companies to receive the Top Employer Global 2015 certification during an awards ceremony in Amsterdam yesterday. According to a note posted on the company’s website, ‘JTI offices in an unprecedented thirty-three countries across Europe, Asia Pacific and the Middle East were recognized by the Top Employers Institute for […]

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Irish minister says other states looking at plain packs

Irish minister says other states looking at plain packs

| March 5, 2015

The Irish government has said that it is prepared for a legal challenge from tobacco companies following the enactment of its standardized tobacco packaging bill, which has now passed all stages of the Oireachtas [national parliament], according to a story in the Irish Times. Ireland has become the second country, after Australia, to pass such […]

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Smokers, restaurateurs challenge Korea smoke ban

Smokers, restaurateurs challenge Korea smoke ban

| March 5, 2015

A group of smokers and restaurant owners have filed a petition with South Korea’s Constitutional Court seeking a review of the constitutionality of a law banning smoking in all restaurants, according to a story in The Korea Times. Since the start of this year, anyone who smokes inside a restaurant is liable to fines of […]

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Smaller crop could help Zimbabwe’s growers

Smaller crop could help Zimbabwe’s growers

| March 5, 2015

Zimbabwe is this year likely to produce between 183 million and 194 million kg of flue-cured tobacco, down from 216 million kg last year, according to a story in The Herald quoting figures from the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB). The 10-15 percent decline in the crop was said by the TIMB’s chief executive […]

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