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The legislation, which goes into effect in April, includes menthol.
The findings of the 18th annual Convenience Store News Forecast Study show a slightly more sober view compared to the previous year.
The agency will continue to only use minors under 18 in compliance checks during a transition period.
Retailers can still sell flavored e-liquids and disposable vapor products.
Convenience Store News makes its picks for the segments that will shine brightest this year.
The issue of retail space is reportedly part of the Federal Trade Commission's probe.
Some states are delaying enforcement until the FDA finalizes regulations.
Tobacco and menthol are not included in the new policy.
The strategic investment brings a larger geographic footprint and growth opportunities.
Questions remain on how or when the agency will begin enforcing the change.
The change in the legal age to buy tobacco goes into effect in approximately nine months.
By understanding four of the most prevalent myths surrounding vaping, retailers can be reassured that what they read in the headlines isn’t always fact. Learn the facts when you view this CSNews infographic.