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Joint declaration of the e-cigarette industry – the regulation of e-cigarettes under the tobacco products directive

  1. Nicotine limits as the key scientists in the field of tobacco and e cigarettes have identified in their 16 January 2014 declaration (attached), a 20mg/ml nicotine content is proven as insufficient for smokers using e cigarettes as a substitute for cigarettes
  2. Advertising ban preventing consumers from finding out about products products recognised as safer than cigarettes and the industry from informing them in a responsible manner
  3. Pharmaceutical style product standards requirements for consistent dosing (same puff always delivers the same amount of nicotine), pharmacokinetic testing, leak free refilling and post market pharmacovigilance which appear to be copied from medicinal regulation and are not achievable for the majority of existing products
  4. Refillables provision to extend ban across EU if three Member States apply a ban
  5. National Governments ability to ban cross border sales and maintain status quo to classify e cigarettes as medicinal products