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Lessons From History

Fighting against illegal vapor products, authorities risk repeating their mistakes from combustibles.

Existential Threats

The U.S. vapor industry agonizes about shipping restrictions and marketing applications.

Gold Nuggets

Willie McKinney and Cheryl Olson share their insights into the FDA’s final PMTA rule

Blueprint for Exit

Colombian tobacco farmers had to find alternatives overnight. Their plight offers lessons for others.

Keen to Connect

QBM, organizer of the renowned WT exhibitions, prepares to satisfy the pent-up demand for events.

Keeping Pace

Filter makers prepare to meet new environmental requirements and consumer preferences.

Innovative Solutions

Packaging supplier LLFlex helps prevent underage access to cannabis products

Continued Momentum

Innovative products and environmental drivers are creating new opportunities for adhesives.

Homework Due

One of the world’s largest markets, Indonesia commits to eliminating all forms of child labor by 2022.

Recon Reconsidered

Garbuio has developed a new process for making reconstituted leaf tobacco.

Wake-Up Call

To speed up the demise of combustibles, the FCTC needs modifications, says Derek Yach.

Tobacco Reporter March 2021

In Tobacco Reporter’s March 2021 issue, Clive Bates examines the remarkable resistance to electronic nicotine delivery devices in the public health establishment. While e-cigarettes and tobacco-heating products arguably represent a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reduce the health toll of smoking, they continue to encounter vehement opposition. What is going on?

Cheryl Olson and Willie McKinney share their insights into the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s final rule on premarket tobacco product applications and George Gay draws parallels between the fight against illicit vapor products and that against illegal tobacco products. Can society avoid repeating past mistakes?

Stefanie Rossel relates how tobacco farmers in Colombia coped after two major customers pulled out of the country. Does their experience hold lessons for growers in other markets who face slumping demand for leaf?

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Continued Momentum

Innovative products and environmental drivers are creating new opportunities for adhesives.

Homework Due

One of the world’s largest markets, Indonesia commits to eliminating all forms of child labor by 2022.

Wake-Up Call

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