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The agency would need court approval to push back the May 12 date.
The combination of text and images will be required for all packaging and advertising beginning in June 2021.
The agency proposes Sept. 9 as the new date for applications.
The company also suspends operations at its PM USA Manufacturing Facility as employees test positive for the virus.
The notices are the first step in the agency's enforcement priorities.
With CBD’s popularity on the rise, c-store owners will want to know what to look for in a CBD product. For essential information, view this latest infographic from Forth™ and CSNews.
The expansion into Charlotte, N.C., is on track for April.
At this time, a companion bill has not been introduced in the U.S. Senate.
Its plans for the on! brand call for an annualized capacity of 75 million cans by the end of the year.
The limited-edition blend is available in a variety of market-driven price points.
The association says prohibition would give rise to a black market.
Chairman and CEO Howard Willard outlines the company's 10-year vision.
The launch edition, Berries and Cream, will arrive on store shelves in April.
Local lawmakers across the United States approve Tobacco 21 measures to comply with the new federal law.
Winners are selected for leading category sales-building efforts in the convenience channel.
Retailers can still sell flavored e-liquids and disposable vapor products.
Stores have reported undercover sting operations since the Feb. 6 policy shift.
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.
Retailers should take steps to remove the unauthorized cartridges from their stores.
More government regulation likely in 2020, especially for the tobacco category.
Questions remain on how or when the agency will begin enforcing the change.
Tobacco and menthol are not included in the new policy.
Expanding the policy at the state level closes a loophole in the Food and Drug Administration's recent guidance.
The tobacco leader also revises its investment in Juul.
The agency will continue to only use minors under 18 in compliance checks during a transition period.
The findings of the 18th annual Convenience Store News Forecast Study show a slightly more sober view compared to the previous year.