Juul e-cigarettes were introduced four years ago, and they became popular instantly, which also led to a spike in vaping in underage people. After a two-year-long review, Juul is ultimately going to be banned in the United States.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the Food and Drug Administration is all set to order Juul to withdraw its products from the market after a two-year investigation. The report also stated that Juul had requested that the company’s nicotine products be kept in stock.
Thousands of lawsuits have been filed against the corporation in the United States, and the company has attempted to turn things around by prohibiting the fruit-flavored goods. However, it is evidently insufficient for the FDA, which is apparently pushing things to the next level.
Since different vaping items have entered the market, several people have allegedly been admitted to hospitals and perished around the nation from various lung-related medical conditions, and authorities believe the various corporations behind the devices are to blame.
According to the report published by The WSJ, the announcement to ban Juul might come on Wednesday. Stay tuned to Thirsty for more updates!
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