Juul Labs has submitted its pre-market tobacco product application (PMTA) to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The source said that the company provided scientific data from more than 110 studies to assess the impact of the product on tobacco users and non-users (including minors).
There are rumors that the company has submitted two flavors, menthol, and Virginia tobacco to the FDA, with two concentrations of 3% and 5%, and has been approved by the FDA, and there is evidence that the products aerosol contains The toxic content is lower than that of cigarettes. All vapor product manufacturers must submit their PMTA for review before September 9th to put their products on the market.
An official at Juul Labs said that the company said in March that it intended to submit more than 250,000 pages of content, including scientific research, marketing materials, and an update on its efforts to curb illegal sales to minors. The company plans to submit other applications in the next three to five years, including marketing its products that are less harmful than combustible cigarettes.
The company plans to outline a new marketing campaign and make recommendations for American devices that can verify users’ age. The company has already launched vaporizers in Canada and the United Kingdom. The vaporizer offers the option of locking or unlocking the device via a Bluetooth connection with a mobile app; users must submit their photo and government I.D. to log in to the app. The app also allows users to monitor their nicotine consumption. The U.S. version of the device does not monitor nicotine consumption.
Altria, which owns 35% of Juul Labs, has been assisting the company in its application. “Altria is working day by day with us, side by side, helping us extensively,” according to Juul Labs. “They took the lead on certain [areas] of the studies.”
This article is issued by Vapor Voice.