E-liquid Manufacturers to Submit Ingredients List to FDA

E-liquid Manufacturers to Submit Ingredients List to FDA

President of the Nevada Vaping Association and CEO of Mob Liquid Labs, Alex Mazzola, pointed out that the FDA</div><div class=glossaryItemBody>Food and Drug Administration<br />Federal agency of the United States of America. It belongs to he U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and aims at promoting and protecting public health through the regulation and the supervision of various products among which tobacco products since 2009.</div>”>FDA has also started conducting spot checks. “I’ve actually had an FDA agent walk in here before, they said everything was good,” he said, “[The FDA Agents] are starting to do checks.”

The FDA’s requirement for e-liquid</div><div class=glossaryItemBody>Filling solution for e-cigarettes. An e-liquid is a solution that produces steam when heated. Also called E-juice. Check this page to know what is e-juice is made out of.</div>”>e-liquid ingredients, comes after the agency’s Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb called for additional regulations, as part of recent efforts to combat what he is referring to as the “epidemic” of youth vaping.

Mazzola added that although the business has some heavily-guarded trade secrets, their e-liquids ingredient list is not one of them. “Propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin, artificial or natural flavorings and nicotine,” he said, naming the ingredients.

“I am very confident and I know absolutely what is going into the products, because I personally make all of them and we know that there’s nothing that’s going to make somebody sick,” added Mazzola.

 

The new FDA directive requiring e-liquid ingredients, comes after the agency’s Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb called for additional regulations, as part of recent efforts to combat what he is referring to as the “epidemic” of youth vaping.

Altria to halt sales of flavored e-liquids as it awaits the FDA’s verdict

In the meantime, while the FDA is focusing on e-liquids, Altria, the parent company of Philip Morris USA and maker of Marlboro cigarettes, is halting the sales of flavours whilst awaiting the agency’s verdict.

In a meeting with the tobacco giant, Gottlieb discussed “actions that could be taken” given the current situation. The FDA Commissioner and Altria came to the conclusion that whilst waiting for the agency’s verdict, the tobacco company would stop selling the following items:

  • MarkTen Elite pod-based products.
  • Apex by MarkTen pod-based products.
  • All favored variants of MarkTen and Green Smoke “cig-a-like products” except tobacco, menthol and mint varieties.

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