Endexx's HYLA Introduces Vegan E-cigarette to European Market

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Endexx's HYLA Introduces Vegan E-cigarette to European Market
Endexx's HYLA division successfully completed the preliminary review of its vegan e-cigarette and submitted TPD applications in Europe.

Endexx, a US company, recently announced through Globenewswire that its subsidiary, HYLA, has completed the initial review of its premium vegan e-cigarette product and has submitted an application for Tobacco Product Directive (TPD) compliance in Europe.


Hyla has revealed that it plans to launch its products in the following European countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.


Several countries have already reviewed HYLA's non-nicotine products. TPD registration has fully opened the European market for all of HYLA's products.


According to the introduction, HYLA sells its proprietary soda products made from plant-based ingredients such as non-nicotine, guarana, and levodopa in the market. These soda products come in various flavors and have a consumption volume of 4500 mouths. HYLA's non-nicotine products have quickly gained market share in the preliminary European market. Additionally, HYLA has expanded its product line to include high-quality and fully compliant traditional nicotine products.


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