E-liquid Regulations: Current And Future Laws & Bans In The World

Since the vape industry is changing dynamically, manufacturers have to always be one step ahead when it comes to trends, but also regulatory aspects that vary widely across the world. Each country has adopted its own laws concerning tobacco and vape products. Chemnovatic specialists have gathered it in a convenient summary of key information. Below you will find the most important information concerning e-liquid regulations, vape flavour bans, restrictions, and trends for the vape industry in selected countries.

E-Liquid Regulations In Australia

  • Nicotine-free vaping products are legal
  • Nicotine-containing vape products are illegal. Possession of such may result a fine or imprisonment for up to 2 years
  • Since 1 October 2021, to legally posses nicotine in Australia, one needs a medical prescription. It is allowed only for therapeutic (nicotine replacement therapy) purposes
  • Sales of nicotine containing products by retailers, even with prescription, is forbidden. They may be sold only in stationary or online pharmacies
  • Therapeutic nicotine products must be approved by the TGA – Therapeutic Goods Administration
  • Importing or purchasing nicotine-containing vaping products from foreign websites, without a valid prescription, is illegal. A seller should place a copy of such prescription inside the parcel, so it can pass the border control
  • Learn more about the consequences of regulations on e-liquid industry in Australia
  • To see upcoming restrictions in Australia check down below.

Vaping Regulations in Austria

  • Nicotine-free liquids: have to be notified, same as the nicotine-containing ones
  • Prohibited e-liquid flavours: none, but the product name can not contain a food name, i.e. watermelon
  • Notification fees: none
  • Excise tax / export tax: none
  • Annual fee: paid till 30 June, 0,4 cent per 10 ml
  • Label language: German
  • Serial number on the packaging: obligatory
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: obligatory (given CLP and trade secret)
  • Peel-off label: allowed
  • CBD products: nicotine e-liquids cannot contain CBD; nicotine-free liquids with CBD are allowed, but have to be registered
  • Nicotine pouches: currently unregulated
  • The Tobacco and Non-Smokers Protection Act (TNRSG) provides for a ban on certain substances in e-liquids in Austria. A list of prohibited substances has been drawn up to clarify the legal requirements and appeared at the end of June 2023. To see the whole list click here.

E-Liquid Regulations In Belgium

  • Flavours banned: none
  • Notification and modification fees: currently: 165 EUR for notification and modification each, 125 EUR for an annual report;
  • Tax: none
  • Label language: French, German, Dutch
  • Serial number on the packaging: obligatory
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: obligatory for allergens, ingredients above 0,1% (given CLP and trade secret); obligatory information if an aroma is natural
  • Peel-off label: allowed, if in 3 languages
  • CBD: not allowed in nicotine-containing e-liquids; tolerated in nicotine-free e-liquids; since 11.07.2023 also banned in nicotine-free e-liquids
  • To see upcoming restrictions in Belgium check down below.

Vape Regulations in Bulgaria

  • Nicotine-free liquids: do not have to be notified
  • Prohibited e-liquid flavours: none, but the product name can not contain a names or pictures of foods
  • Notification fees: none
  • Excise tax / export tax: 0,18 BGN/ml since 1 March 2023; 0,25 BGN/ml since 1 January 2024; 0,35 BGN/ml since 1 January 2025
  • Label language: Bulgarian
  • Serial number on the packaging: obligatory
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: obligatory (given CLP and trade secret)
  • CBD products: unregulated with TPD
  • Nicotine pouches: unregulated with TPD

E-Liquid Regulationds In The Czech Republic

  • Nicotine-free liquids: are TPD-subject (premix and longfills included)
  • Prohibited e-liquid flavours: none
  • Products classified as highly toxic in category 1 and 2, such as 20mg/ml nicotine salt nicshots can’t be sold to customers
  • Notification fees: none
  • Label language: Czech
  • Serial number on the packaging: obligatory
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: obligatory for allergens, ingredients above 0,1% (given CLP and trade secret)
  • Peel-off label: allowed
  • CBD products: forbidden
  • Nicotine pouches: currently unregulated
  • Read more about the nicotine pouches market in the Czech Republic
  • To see upcoming restrictions in the Czech Republic check down below.

E-Liquid Regulations In Canada

  • In June 2021 the Federal Government proposed to prohibit flavors other than tobacco, menthol, and mint, it came to life in late 2022
  • 4 provinces already banned flavours other than tobacco: Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Northwest Territories, Prince Edward Island
  • A similar law will come to life in Nunavut, but the date is not set yet
  • Sales of flavoured e-liquids is restricted to special, age-restricted vape shops in 3 provinces: British Columbia, Ontario, Saskatchewan
  • Quebec: Health Ministry bans flavoured vaping products from October 31. This prohibition extends to selling vaping products and introduces new regulations, including limiting nicotine concentration and enforcing detailed labeling requirements.
  • Check report about vaping in Canada [Survey Report]

Vaping In China

  • The tobacco sector’s authority is State Tobacco Monopoly Administration
  • Retailers must sell their products through a national, unified platform for e-cigarettes
  • E-cigarette manufacturers can carry out sales of their products only through authorized channels
  • Since October 1, 2022, sales of flavoured, other than tobacco, e-liquids is prohibited
  • From November 2022, there are new taxes: 36% – production or import of e-cigarettes; 11% – wholesale distribution of e-cigarettes

E-Liquid Regulations In Denmark

  • Flavours: banned in both nicotine e-liquids and non-nicotine e-liquids
  • Only tobacco and menthol flavours are allowed
  • The transition period for products already on the market ended on 1st April 2022
  • Notification fees: 15 000 DKK (1250 DKK per month) per product and is due for payment every year
  • Tax: 2,00 DKK per millliliter
  • Label language: Danish
  • Serial number on the packaging: obligatory
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: full list is obligatory (given CLP and trade secret)
  • Peel-off label: allowed
  • Learn more about current e-liquid law in Denmark

E-Liquid Law In Estonia

  • Flavours: banned in both nicotine e-liquids and non-nicotine e-liquids
  • Only tobacco and menthol flavours are allowed
  • Find out more in the Tobacco Act
  • Notification fees: none
  • Tax: 0,2 Euro / ml for both nicotine and non-nicotine e-liquids
  • Label language: Estonian
  • Serial number on the packaging: required
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: specific chemicals above and below 0,1% concentration, that affect the classification of the final mixture, must be notified (given CLP and trade secret)
  • Peel-off label: allowed with all the necessary information, must be irremovable
  • CBD products: non-nicotine liquids need to be registered
  • Nicotine pouches: falls under TPD legislation, but does not need to be notified
  • Non-nicotine flavourings for shisha: need to be notified

E-Liquid Industry In Finland

  • Flavours: banned in both nicotine e-liquids and non-nicotine e-liquids
  • Only tobacco flavour is allowed
  • Learn more here
  • Notification fees: 150 EUR per product, annual fee – 75 EUR
  • CBD products: falls under the drug laws
  • Nicotine pouches: treated as pharmaceutical products
  • Smoking and vaping are prohibited in public spaces like beaches or playgrounds, more details here
  • Logo or image-containing packaging were allowed till the end of April 2023, after that a unified design is obligatory
  • To see upcoming restrictions in Finland check down below.

E-Liquid Regulations In France

  • Prohibited e-liquid flavours: none
  • Notification fees were canceled on 1 January, 2020. They were 295 EUR, per product registration, annual fee 120 EUR for one product.
  • Tax: none
  • Label language: French
  • Serial number on the packaging: required
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: full list is required (given CLP and trade secret)
  • Peel-off label: allowed
  • CBD products: allowed, but not advertised as products with therapeutical features
  • To see upcoming restrictions in France check down below.

E-Liquid Law In Germany

  • Nicotine and non-nicotine products: are TPD-subject
  • Prohibited e-liquid flavours: none, but there is a list of substances that e-liquids cannot contain
  • Notification fees: none
  • Tax: since 1 July 2022 till 31 December 2023 – 0,16 euro / ml
  • Read more about e-liquid regulations in Germany
  • Label language: German
  • Serial number on the packaging: required
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: don’t have to be notified if below 0,1% (given CLP and trade secret)
  • Peel-off label: allowed if all the necessary information is present
  • CBD products: allowed, but not advertised as products with therapeutical features; TPD-subject
  • Nicotine pouches: considered as food product, thus not TPD-subject
  • Heated tobacco products: a new way of producing heated tobacco products was introduced in which they are considered natural tobacco products; additionally they’re included in the prohibition of the use of characterizing flavors; amended on July 7th 2023 by the German Tobacco Act, coming to life from October 23rd 2023

E-Liquid Regulations In UK

  • Prohibited e-liquid flavours: none
  • Notification fees: notifiction fee – 150 GBP per product, annual fee – 80 GBP per product
  • Label language: English
  • Serial number on the packaging: required
  • Peel-off label: allowed
  • CBD products: liquids with nicotine cannot contain CBD; CBD liquids without nicotine are legal and should not be notified
  • Nicotine pouches: tobacco-free nicotine pouches are not subject to TPD regulation and shouldn’t be notified
  • Learn more about what Brexit means for vaping
  • There is a potential ban on the sale of disposable electronic cigarettes due to health concerns for children and teenagers. The ban is currently under consideration by the Department of Health and Social Care, the Department for Education, and Technology, but no official decisions have been made yet.
 

Vaping Law In Greece

  • E-liquids: require registration if sold in set a vaping device
  • Prohibited e-liquid flavours: none
  • Notification & modification fees: 50 EUR each
  • Tax: 0,1 euro / ml for both nicotine and non-nicotine e-liquids
  • Label language: Greek
  • Serial number on the packaging: required
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: full list of ingredients required (given CLP and trade secret)
  • Peel-off label: allowed
  • CBD products: forbidden
  • Nicotine pouches: to be regulated in the future

E-Liquid Regulations In Hungary

  • Tobacco, menthol, and fruit flavors are allowed – this only applies to nicotine products
  • Learn more here
  • Notification fees: 475 000 FT per product, annual fee – 475 000 FT; modification fee – 306 000 FT
  • Tax: 20 FT / ml
  • Label language: Hungarian
  • Serial number on the packaging: required
  • Hungary proposes new regulations on nicotine pouches and vaping. The new decree defines conditions for placing electronic cigarettes and refill containers on the market, imposes health warnings on nicotine-containing products, outlines rules for nicotine-free products, and establishes guidelines for nicotine-containing smoking substitutes. The decree’s implementation is subject to review and approval by relevant authorities.
  • The project could go into effect on 23.10.2023 and would regulate nicotine pouches – they would be subject to registration. There would be a change in the limitation of nicotine concentration to 17 mg/ml. A permit would be issued within 60 days. In addition, the draft proposes other changes for e-liquids, including a new warning slogan on packaging for both liquids with and without nicotine. Moreover, a restriction on flavors in liquids without nicotine is proposed.
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Vaping Law In Ireland

  • Prohibited e-liquid flavours: none
  • Nicotine-free e-liquids: don’t have to be notified
  • Notification fees: none
  • Tax: none
  • Label language: English, additionally nicotine slogan also in Irish
  • Serial number on the packaging: required on a single package
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: doesn’t have to be notified if below 0,1%, unless CLP states otherwise (given CLP and trade secret)
  • Peel-off: allowed
  • CBD products: CBD is forbidden in nicotine-containing e-liquids
  • Shisha products: are TPD-subject
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E-Liquid Industry Regulations In Italy

  • Prohibited e-liquid flavours: none
  • Nicotine-free e-liquids: have to be notified
  • Notification fees: since 30 May, 2022 – from €108,03 to €327,85
  • Tax: 0,175 euro / ml for nicotine-cointaing e-liquids and 0,13 euro / ml for nicotine-free e-liquids
  • Label language: Italian
  • Serial number on the packaging: not required, can be on the label
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: everything above 0,1% and every chemical raw material (given CLP and trade secret)
  • Peel-off label: allowed
  • CBD products: CBD is forbidden
  • Nicotine pouches: not regulated
  • Tobacco products for shisha: regulated the same way as tobacco products for smoke
  • Bans online sale of e-liquids containing nicotine. Customers still can buy the product in physical stores and tobacco shops.

E-Liquid Law In Kazakhstan

  • Kazahstan lawmakers voted to ban the sale, import and export, and production of e-cigarettes and liquids. The legislation follows previous ban of the use of e-cigarettes in public spaces.

Vaping Regulations In Latvia

  • Notification and modification fees: 125,5 EUR for registration and an annual fee 78,49 EUR
  • Tax: 0,01 euro / ml of an e-liquid; 0,005 euro / mg of nicotine; taxes sum up
  • Label language: Latvian
  • Serial number on the packaging: obligatory on a singular packaging
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: only the names of aromas / flavourings are necessary
  • Peel-off label: allowed
  • CBD: not restricted
  • To see upcoming restrictions in Latvia check down below.

E-Liquid Regulations In Lithuania

  • Only tobacco flavours are allowed
  • The ban is active since 1 July, 2022
  • Since 1 May, 2022, e-liquids are TPD-subject and have to be registered
  • Notification fees: none
  • Tax: 0,15 euro / ml for both nicotine-containing and nicotine-free e-liquids; 0,19 euro / ml since 01.01.2023; 0,25 euro / ml since 01.01.2024
  • Label language: Lithuanian
  • Serial number on the packaging: required
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: all ingredients (given CLP and trade secret)
  • Peel-off: allowed
  • CBD: forbidden in nicotine-containing e-liquids

E-Liquid Regulations In Mexico

 
  • Mexico has passed a decree that prohibits the circulation and marketing of electronic tobacco delivery systems, including both vapes and tobacco heaters. A previous general importation and tax law meant that vapes were already illegal to import and sell. Since importation, circulation, and sales are banned, along with vaping itself in many public places, one of the more notable takeaways is not bringing vapes when traveling to Mexico – whether traveling by plane or by car.

Vaping In The Netherlands

  • Read more about flavoured e-liquids banned in the Netherlands
  • Notification and modification fees: 44,85 EUR each
  • Label language: Dutch
  • Serial number on the packaging: should be on the box
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: ingredients below 0,1% can be grouped into general aromas’ names, but have to be also on the leaflet
  • Peel-off label: allowed
  • CBD: not allowed
  • Nicotine pouches containing 0,035 mg, or more, nicotine per pouch are banned
  • To see upcoming restrictions in The Netherlands check down below.

E-Liquid Industry In New Zealand

  • Only tobacco, menthol, and mint flavours are allowed
  • Find out more here
  • Starting from the year 2023, sales of cigarettes and tobacco products to people born after 2008 are illegal
  • Read more here

E-Liquid Law In Northern Ireland

  • Prohibited e-liquid flavours: none
  • Notification requirements: nicotine-free liquids don’t have to be notified
  • Notification fees: notifiction fee – 150 GBP per product, annual fee – 60 GBP per product, modification fee – 80 GBP
  • CBD products: liquids with nicotine cannot contain CBD; CBD liquids without nicotine are legal and should not be notified
  • Nicotine pouches: tobacco-free nicotine pouches are not subject to TPD regulation and shouldn’t be notified
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Vaping Regulations In The Philippines

  • Find out more in the Republic Act No. 11467
  • Only tobacco and menthol flavours are allowed
  • Minimum age to purchase: 21 years old
  • The Philippines’ Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) is tightening regulations on vaping. Importers of vaping materials now need special clearances, part of an effort to bring order to the sector due to its rapid growth. The move aims to regulate components like propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin, flavorings, and nicotine, while also addressing excise tax shortfalls linked to illicit tobacco.

E-Liquid Regulations In Poland

  • Prohibited e-liquid flavours: none
  • Notification fees: till 2023 – from 1 766,64 PLN to 5 888,80 PLN;
    since 2023 – 1 995,82 PLN for micro and small enterprises; 3 326,37 PLN for medium enterprises; 6 652,73 PLN for other enterprises
  • Tax: excise 0,55 PLN / ml
  • Label language: Polish
  • Serial number on the packaging: required, and required on the label
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: aromas can be divided into natural and sythethic
  • Peel-off: allowed
  • CBD products: allowed for marketing
  • Nicotine pouches: treated as a food product
  • Non-nicotine flavorings for shisha: are not TPD-subject and do not need registration
  • Learn more about TPD in Poland

Vaping Regulations In Portugal

  • Prohibited e-liquid flavours: none
  • Notification fees: 1000 EUR if 10 or more products; 500 EUR if up to 9 products
  • Tax: 0,323 euro / ml
  • Label language: Portuguese
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: all ingredients (given CLP and trade secret)
  • Peel-off: allowed
  • CBD products: CBD is forbidden in e-liquids
  • Nicotine pouches: will be regulated in the future
  • Read more about regulations and the Portuguese vape market

E-Liquid Law In Saudi Arabia

  • Only some flavours are banned: cocoa, vanilla, coffee, tea, spices, candy, chewing gum, cola, and alcohol
  • Learn more here

E-Liquid Regulations In South Africa

  • The Tobacco Products and Electronic Delivery Systems Control Bill seeks to reduce tobacco use and nicotine dependence. Its key provisions encompass smoke-free areas, banning cigarette vending machines, introducing plain packaging with health warnings, prohibiting display at point-of-sale, and regulating and controlling nicotine and non-nicotine e-cigarettes.

Vaping Law In Spain

  • Prohibited e-liquid flavours: none
  • Notification fees: none
  • Label language: Spanish
  • Serial number on the packaging: not required, may be on the label
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: doesn’t have to be mentioned if below 0,1%, unless CLP requires it (given CLP and trade secret)
  • Peel-off: allowed, but everything has to be legible
  • CBD products: forbidden
  • Nicotine pouches: tobacco-free nicotine pouches are treated as a medical product

E-Liquid Industry Regulations in Sweden

  • Prohibited e-liquid flavours: none
  • Notification fees: 10500 SE for notification and 10500 SE for modification
  • Tax: 2 SEK / ml up to 15 mg/ml; 4 SEK / mk for 15-20 mg/ml
  • Label language: Swedish
  • Serial number on the packaging: obligatory
  • List of ingredients on the packaging: if 0,1% and above are required (given CLP and trade secret)
  • CBD products: forbidden
  • Nicotine pouches: currently regulated, since 01.01.2023 are treated as food products
  • Tobacco for shisha: is TPD-subject
  • Nicotine-free shisha aromas: don’t have to be notified
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E-Liquid Industry Regulations in Taiwan

  • Taiwan has recently enacted the Tobacco Hazards Prevention Act, which regulates the sale, manufacture, and supply of e-cigarettes.
  • The legal smoking age for all tobacco products has been raised from 18 to 20 years old
  •  Warning labels on tobacco products must now cover 50% of the total packaging area, an increase from the previous 35%.
  • Childcare centers and schools at all levels are now designated as smoke-free areas.

Vaping Regulations In Ukraine

  • Only tobacco flavour is allowed
  • Check the article about it here

E-Liquid Regulations In United States

  • Ban on flavoured e-liquids in states: New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island, California, Hawaii, Los Angeles and District of Columbia
  • Other states considering flavours ban: among others Texas and New Hampshire
  • In Utah flavours, other than tobacco, can be sold in special, age-restricted stores

Vaping Law In Venezuela

  • Venezuela has issued a comprehensive ban on e-cigarettes and heated tobacco products, including personal use, citing health concerns. The recently published health ministry resolution covers all aspects, from production to consumption, encompassing both nicotine and non-nicotine variants.

Upcoming restrictions

The European Union

  • Tobacco Excise Directive (TED): Publication of the proposal postponed from December 2022 to the first quarter of 2023.
  • Batteries regulations to come, at the earliest, in 2025: no glue use allowed in fixing batteries; the batteries to be removable and replaceable
  • The European Commission has proposed revising the EU CLP (Classification, Labeling and Packaging) regulation. There are planned new mandatory formatting rules for labels and exempting small labels (less than 10 ml) from labeling under certain conditions. Additionally, there are new hazard classes to be added.
  • Read more
  • A new project about an enforcement of chemicals regulation in products sold online; on-line inspections of the sale of chemicals and checking their compliance with REACH; Inspections under this REACH-EN-FORCE (REF)-13 project will take place in 2025
  • The European Commission and the European Chemicals Agency are initiating efforts to enhance the safety and sustainability of batteries within the European Economic Area. They intend to identify substances of concern in batteries and propose consistent EU regulations to limit harmful components affecting both health and the environment. Additionally, actions will be taken to establish recycling procedures for used batteries.

Australia

  • The government will ban the importation of nonprescription vaping products – including those that do not contain nicotine. The plan introduces ban of disposable e-cigarettes as well. Thus, Australia has set out its plans to ban recreational vaping completely.
  • Health Minister Mark Butler considers banning refillable devices, restricting legal options to closed pods with prescriptions. However, concerns linger over the justification for such restrictions, given limited instances of non-nicotine substance use.

Belgium

  • Notification and modification fees: currently: 165 EUR for notification and modification each, 125 EUR for an annual report;
    since 11.07.2023: 200 EUR for notification, 100 EUR for modification, additional 50 EUR annual fee for each product. Additionally, nicotine-free products must be notified before being placed on the market.
  • Label: since 11.07.2023 the information about flavour must be described in 1 word
  • CBD: not allowed in nicotine-containing e-liquids; tolerated in nicotine-free e-liquids; since 11.07.2023 also banned in nicotine-free e-liquids
  • Nicotine and CBD pouches: The Royal Decree of March 14, 2023, prohibits the marketing of nicotine pouches and CBD pouches.
    This Royal Decree goes into effect on July 1, 2023, except for retailers, for whom it goes into effect on October 1, 2023.
  • Cross-border sales: banned since 11.07.2023
  • Since 11.07.2023 the vaping device can not contain any added values (i.e. LED lights), the only function allowed is producing steam for inhalation. Moreover, refills are NOT limited to 10 ml max.
  • Products that do not apply to new regulations can no longer be delivered to stores starting 11.07.2023, however, they can be sold until 11.01.2024 if purchased before 11 July.

The Czech Republic

  • Nicotine-free e-liquid: have to be notified. Those present on the market have till the end of October 2023, and the new ones have to be notified right away
  • From January 1, 2024 the excise duty on e-liquids is to come into force. The offer is 10 kč/ml for both nicotine and non-nicotine liquids. However, this has not yet been officially approved by parliament.
  • A more lenient plan has been proposed for a gradual excise tax increase over four years time for e-cigarettes and nicotine pouches. Under the plans, these taxes would increase gradually, unlike the original proposal for a one-time increase. For cigarettes, increases of 2.5 + 5.0 + 7.5 + 10 CZK/1 ml cartridge are assumed. For nicotine pouches, on the other hand, the target tax is reduced to 0.4 + 0.8 + 1.2 + 1.7 CZK/g. The transition period, which will allow products to be sold off in accordance with current regulations, is likely to last until the end of September 2024. The final parliamentary approval remains pending.

Finland

  • Nicotine-free e-liquid: have to be notified. Those present on the market have till the end of October 2023, and the new ones have to be notified right away

France

  • Plans to ban disposable e-cigarettes until the end of 2023 as part of a new anti-smoking plan the Health Ministry is working on.

Latvia

  • Non-nicotine liquids will soon have to be registered
  • Flavours banned: none, but soon to be changed – the plan introduces a ban of all flavours except tobacco from 1st January 2025; additionally the composition of tobacco flavouring is to be limited to 16 permitted substances (similar to the Netherlands)
  • Nicotine pouches: tobacco-free nicotine pouches to be regulated in the future
  • Legal Age allowed to buy and sell tobacco and vape products is to be changed from 18 to 20 years old (from January 1st 2025)

The Netherlands

  • Flavours, except tobacco, will be banned since 1 October 2023. In reality, the transitional period will last until the end of December 2023 thus the sale of flavored drinks is still allowed.
  • From January 1, 2024, only the sale of a tobacco-flavored liquid, which contains only 16 permitted substances, will be allowed.
  • Plans to ban nicotine pouches completely. In areas where smoking is illegal, the Netherlands intends to outlaw nicotine pouches and other tobacco-free nicotine products. It also aims to ban tobacco-free nicotine product advertising

Tracking the regulatory changes

Restrictions and bans on nicotine products are visible worldwide. That is why it is crucial to follow the upcoming changes in order to adapt to them on time and act according to new regulations.

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