Pyxus reviews ‘strategic alternatives’
Restrictions pushing Japanese smokers outside.
Vape Cloud’s Don’t Spread virus
USTC temporarily closes its Timberlake cigarette factory.
Restrictions on Gatherings to Disrupt Zimbabwe’s Season
Altria CEO contracts Covid-19
Nerudia Recognized as Leading Innovator
JTI Ranked as Top Patent Applicant
BAT Unaffected by Virus Outbreak
PMI Earnings Estimates Lowered
Tax stamp group proposes tracking system
The U.S. will adopt graphic warnings in 2021.
Exploring the architectural heritage of tobacco.
The lessons from one and a half years of legal cannabis in Canada
Lukowa Tobacco has specialized in shisha tobacco from Poland.
Does it make sense to ban single-use cigarette filters?
Fighting illicit trade by bringing together stakeholders
Preventing adulteration through authentication.
What does Brexit mean for tobacco and vaping?
Why HPHC testing won’t work for premium cigars.
Coresta’s new secretary general shares his plans.
The Grand Duchy is legalizing cannabis, but pitfalls remain.
Harm-reduction activists call for risk-proportionate regulation.
Malaysia’s struggle with illicit cigarettes.
Why some traditional products are gaining a modern edge.
Michael Siegel reflects on the great vape scare of 2019.
Despite setbacks, the cannabis growth narrative remains.
JTI repositions itself for a changing tobacco landscape.
An overview of track-and-trace technologies
The European Union has failed to craft a coherent tobacco harm reduction policy.
Why the vapor industry needs to self-regulate its use and marketing of flavors.
The absence of long-term studies does not justify stifling potentially less harmful nicotine products.
Producing some 95 percent of the world’s vapor devices, China has at last started regulating its domestic market.
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