Illegal E-Cigarettes Seized in Lincolnshire Shops with High Nicotine

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Illegal E-Cigarettes Seized in Lincolnshire Shops with High Nicotine
Illegal e-cigarettes hidden in four Grantham stores were seized by Lincolnshire police, containing nicotine equivalent to 315 regular cigarettes.

According to a report by the BBC on March 13th, Lincolnshire police discovered illegal e-cigarettes hidden behind secret panels in four shops in Grantham. The Trading Standards Agency stated that these e-cigarettes contained a nicotine concentration equivalent to 315 regular cigarettes.


On March 11, the police conducted five raids at stores in Graham, where illegal e-cigarettes were found hidden behind panels on the shelves at Biedronka and Europe Foods on Pier Road.


Chief Trade Standards Officer Andy Wright stated that some confiscated products contain nicotine levels exceeding the legal limit.


Some recycled e-cigarettes contain 15,000 puffs, which is equivalent to 25 milliliters of e-liquid. This is equivalent to the nicotine content of 315 regular extra-large cigarettes.


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