Manufacturers of top e-liquid brands like Dinner Lady or Vampire Vape know that e-liquid flavorsmake a huge difference to the final product. No wonder that they guard their recipes so rigorously. In fact, the flavour itself, apart from nicotine, is the component that is the most sought after by the end customers. It is the aromas that give e-liquids this characteristic aftertaste, depending on the needs and preferences. They also make the use more pleasant and are associated with the sweet smell of your favorite dessert or drink. Certainly, this is an undeniable advantage compared to ordinary analog cigarettes, the smell of which probably does not need to be described here.
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 productsin Denmark.
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 andsale of flavoured e-liquids.
We have just received information, that all products we have applied for registration in the UK (that includes over 30 products we have registered for our customers) have had their status changed from “Under review” to “Declared”. Great news for us and our customers, who have decided to choose our services.
If you are looking for a professional, custom-tailored service including laboratory tests, certification, preparation of all required documentation and finally TPD notification simply contact us. Many customers have already benefitted from our help, join them.
We are proud to announce that the first of Chemnovatic nicotine bases – the NicBase VPG Optima-3 in a 10ml PET dropper bottle has been successfully submitted to EU-CEG (EU Common Entry Gate) in strict accordance with the Tobacco Products Directive regulations.
For the time being it is a pre-stage submission as the target registration system has not been launched yet. For that reason, Chemnovatic is keeping a close eye on the regulations and the registration system implementation progress, as well as the implementation of the Tobacco Products Directive in various countries, as not all EU members have fulfilled the implementation process before the 20th May 2016. We are working on the whole range of Chemnovatic nicotine bases which are highly regarded and popular among the DIY vaping society to be available for purchase even after the […]
Recently, there has been quite a few reassuring news from the European TPD front. Does that mean there may be a future for vaping in Europe? The Polish government considers changing the upcoming regulations regarding the use of e-cigarettes in public, specifically lifting the proposed ban on vaping in public space.
“A change that could be introduced is limiting the restriction regarding the ban on e-cigarette use in public space. The ban on the use of e-cigarette was the initiative of the ministry. Such regulations are not forced by the EU directive” says dr Łukasz Balwicki from the Medical University of Gdańsk.
The directive in Poland in its current form would level e-cigarette users with traditional cigarette smokers in regards to public space vaping / smoking, which may cause teenagers to move to traditional cigarette smoking instead.
The Commission Implementing Decision 2016/586 of 14 April 2016 requires the e-liquid refill nozzle to be at least 9mm long. Have you measured yours? If you are in the electronic cigarette industry you should have read the requirements for e-liquid refill containers laid out by the Decision. Article 2 “Requirements for the refill mechanisms” states that the electronic cigarette refill mechanism needs to conform with the following to be placed on the market:
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 […]
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:
With the new Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) on the way, there is much confusion among the e-liquid manufacturers: “What do I need to do to be TPD compliant?”, “How do I label and package my e-liquids according to TPD?” or “Is my e-liquid packaging good enough for TPD?” and similar questions being raised every day. At CHEMNOVATIC we got the requirements for “TPD ready” e-liquid packaging worked out and can proudly say that our customers’ products are all meeting TPD requirements. The following article is a boiled- down version of TPD guidelines with a touch of our experience – TPD done our way.
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.
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