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GLANTZ: FDA request for public comment on Swedish Match's amended application to promote snus as reduced risk a joke

The FDA has, however, redacted the amendments so extensively for “trade secrets and confidential commercial information” that there is nothing of substance remaining upon which for the public to make an informed comment. The law allows the FDA to waive
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Aug 17, 2015 09:54

Swedish Company Asks F.D.A. to Remove Warnings From Smokeless Tobacco Product

It could also reshape American tobacco regulation, tilting it away from requiring the maximum warnings for every product toward a principle of reducing harm. In other words, proponents of this strategy say, smokeless tobacco like snus may not be good for
New York Times
added Apr 8, 2015 14:06

New Survey on Smoking Finds Education, Age and Gender Shaping Americans' Attitudes and Habits More Millennials smoke than older generations - but they don't want anyone knowing about it.

. "Curiously, the smoking rates among Millennials - the generation that has grown up with anti-smoking messages - are actually higher than older age groups, and yet one in three of them hide their cigarette use at work, which likely speaks to the stigma s
PR Newswire
added Jan 6, 2015 15:18

STIER: Calling for a Different Approach to Tobacco and Nicotine Regulation | Somewhat Reasonable

FDA should follow that science and apply already existing common sense regulations by swiftly approving Swedish Match’s application...As far as public health is concerned, the more non-cigarette options available, the better.
Heartland Institute
added Aug 25, 2014 19:18

[North Carolina] Snus manufacturer wants 'less harmless' status

Swedish Match said it has submitted eight styles of its General snus brand as a modified risk tobacco product in an application that contains more than 100,000 pages. The styles are available in more than 20,000 U.S. retail outlets.
Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Jun 17, 2014 15:42


New evidence published by The Observer in the UK this week appears to vindicate claims made by Malta’s ousted European Commissioner John Dalli. Mr Dalli argues that his efforts to introduce the new legislation, which stood to cost the powerful tobacco i
Malta Independent (mt)
added Sep 15, 2013 21:04

[Europe, UK] Johan Gabrielsson

In 2011, Swedish Match recruited Gabrielsson through PR firm Kreab Gavin Anderson, employing him specifically to lobby the European Commission in Brussels on the revision of the Tobacco Products Directive (TPD), in particular the EU ban on snus. In a 201 (University of Bath Department for Health) (uk)
added Sep 1, 2013 12:04

[Europe] Dalli: pursuing in court those responsible [EXCLUSIVE]

I will proceed with the cases that I had already instituted last December in the Belgian Criminal Court, a case for defamation against Swedish Match for maliciously spreading fabricated information, and another in the European Court of Justice in Luxembo
New Europe
added Jun 10, 2013 23:48

Cheaper Chew? Kentucky's tax on chewing tobacco set to drop

Kentucky's tax on chewing tobacco will be cut by more than half in August, thanks to a little-noticed bill passed this year that has drawn the ire of health advocates and officials. The change will drop the tax on chewing tobacco from roughly 41 cents p
Kentucky Enquirer (Cincinnati Enquirer)
added Jun 9, 2013 17:41

[Europe] The Commission's secret deal on tobacco

Dalli has said that he would not and did not change the Tobacco Directive. Even the OLAF report, used as the excuse to dismiss him makes this perfectly clear. As we will show, the directive was changed, on 4 September 2012 - but the commissioner was not
New Europe
added May 26, 2013 01:50
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