Headlines Tagged with Swedish Match — 1,044 headlines found
[Europe, UK] SNOWDON: These products are safer than cigarettes – why don’t the regulators want to know?
And so we have two products which are manifestly less harmful than cigarettes, both of which have a track record of getting people to stop smoking. One is illegal in the EU. The other is illegal in the USA. Neither of them can be labelled as less harmful
Jan 30, 2018 The Spectator (uk)
added Jan 30, 2018 16:33
The agency said the company could not remove a warning that the products may cause gum disease and tooth loss. But it deferred a decision on whether to allow the company to claim the products cause less harm than cigarettes. It also deferred a decision
Dec 14, 2016 Reuters
added Dec 14, 2016 20:51
new information, revealed by investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia in her blog “Running Commentary”, shows that Dalli was also in touch, through an intermediary, with the US tobacco giant Philip Morris. Daphne Caruana Galizia is known as “Malta
Jun 13, 2016 EurActiv
added Jun 13, 2016 13:53
Swedish Match told OpenSecrets Blog in an email that the company is not looking for an export license to Cuba. Still, in 2015, the company lobbied on four different bills that sought to end the trade embargo with Cuba. None of those measures made it out o
Feb 8, 2016 Opensecrets.org (Center for Responsive Politics)
added Feb 9, 2016 19:44
industry analysts were mixed Wednesday on whether the FDA’s approval of eight General snus styles is a signal that more approvals are forthcoming, or an example of how daunting the regulatory process remains for other applicants.
Nov 12, 2015 Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Nov 12, 2015 12:45
[USA] The Impact of Health Warning Labels for Swedish Snus Advertisements on Young Adults’ Snus Perceptions and Behavioral Intentions
Warnings conveying the potential-reduced harms of Swedish snus compared with cigarettes generate perceptions that snus is less harmful than cigarettes and produce fewer thoughts about not using snus among nonsmokers.
Jul 5, 2015 Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Jul 11, 2015 10:45
Lars-Erik Rutqvist, right, is an oncologist and an executive at Swedish Match, a company that is asking the FDA to change the dire health warnings printed on its brand of smokeless tobacco called snus. Rutqvist and another Swedish Match executive, Gary M
Apr 9, 2015 Washington Post
added Apr 9, 2015 16:18
The Swedish company has filed an application with the US Food and Drug Administration to approve snus – the same tobacco product at the heart of the Dalli allegations – as a “modified risk” product, with fewer health risks than cigarettes.
Jun 26, 2014 Malta Independent (mt)
added Jun 26, 2014 21:24
Zammit is accused of trading in influence for allegedly demanding a €60 million bribe from Swedish tobacco firm Swedish Match and the European smokeless tobacco lobby. The initial investigation into allegations that he was securing a reversal of a trade
Feb 27, 2014 Malta Today (mt)
added Feb 27, 2014 11:55
buckled on plain packaging in the face of fierce lobbying, writes James Panichi. Still not satisfied, the tobacco industry sought to delay new regulations, exposing problems within the EU bueaucracy
Oct 14, 2013 Inside Story (Institute for Social Research (H53) / Swinburne University of Technology) (au)
added Oct 18, 2013 16:06