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Brittainy Newman/The New York TimesJuul Labs, the nation’s largest seller of e-cigarettes, said on Thursday that it would stop selling mint-flavored pods, which have become especially popular among teenagers.The company said recently that mint-flavored pods made up about 70 percent of its latest sales.
CreditCreditMike Blake/ReutersJuul Labs announced on Thursday that it would temporarily halt online sales of flavored e-cigarettes like mango, products the company had already stopped distributing to retail stores as public outrage mounted over the soaring rate of teenage vaping.Facing multiple federal and state investigations into its marketing practices, Juul said it decided to discontinue the sales for now until the Food and Drug Administration had reviewed the device and flavor cartridges.
ETTripAdvisor will no longer sell tickets to attractions that breed, import or capture whales, dolphins, porpoises and other cetaceans for public display, the company announced on Wednesday.The new policy also focuses on improving the lives of the animals already in captivity.
ETA ban on flavored e-cigarettes would not only severely dent sales of Juul Labs’ popular vaping products, but also have a chilling effect on the little-regulated $2.A ban on most flavors would be a direct hit on Juul’s business; flavored products account for about 85 percent of domestic sales, company officials have said.