Blog tag: Tobacco Products Directive
TPD compliant e-liquid packaging. Part 1.
Remember: The following regulations are the general guidelines introduced by the EU. Member states have the right to introduce their own, stricter regulations- please make sure to acquaint yourself with the regulations appropriate for your country.
TPD compliant e-liquid packaging. Part 2.
In Part 1 of the “TPD-compliant e-liquid packaging”. we have covered the TPD regulations regarding the e-liquid labels and packaging design. Today we shall go over the requirements for collective packaging, also known as display box, and the information on the flyer.Remember: The following regulations are the general guidelines introduced by the EU. Member states have the right to introduce their own, stricter regulations – please make sure to acquaint yourself with regulations appropriate for your country.
Collective packaging/ Display box:
The Tobacco Products Directive requires the information to be displayed on the collective packaging to be more or less the same as shown on the individual e-liquid packaging. Collective packaging needs to accommodate the following:
- Brand name
- Ingredients listed in descending order by content
- Nicotine content
- Nicotine content in ingested dose
- Batch number
- The “Keep out of reach […]
E-liquid bottles nozzle requirements
|(a)||It entails the use of a refill container possessing a securely attached nozzle at least 9 mm long, which is narrower than and slots comfortably into the opening of the tank of the electronic cigarette with which it is used and possessing a flow control mechanism that emits no more than 20 drops of refill liquid per […]|
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Denmark: flavoured e-liquids ban, TPD registration for nicotine pouches and shortfills
Denmark banns flavoured e-liquids by introducing a new law on e-liquids and nicotine pouches which brings a lot of changes to the vaping industry. The Danish Parliament approved the Danish Health Authority’s “Tobacco Action Plan” on 15 Dec. 2020, and the new restrictions have come into effect on 1 April 2021. In the article below, we will guide you through the most important changes and deadlines that may affect sales of vaping products in Denmark.
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Danish ban on flavoured e-liquids
Following the lead of some countries which has banned flavoured vapes before (e. g. Estonia, USA, Finland, and Hungary) the Danish government also prohibits the production and sale of flavoured e-liquids.
The best e-liquid flavors to make your recipes stand out
Why concentrated flavourings are so important
No one wants to use flavors […]