New York to Implement Marketing Rules for E-Cigarettes and Vaping

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New York to Implement Marketing Rules for E-Cigarettes and Vaping
Starting in 2024, New York state will implement marketing rules for e-cigarettes and vaping products similar to tobacco products.

According to Spectrumlocalnews report, starting from 2024, the state of New York in the United States will begin implementing market regulations for e-cigarettes and vaporizers similar to those for other tobacco products.


According to the regulations, manufacturers and distributors will no longer be allowed to print brand names, logos, or other identifiers on any products other than actual e-cigarettes. They will not be able to offer gifts related to the purchase of e-cigarettes, and brands are also prohibited from sponsoring various team activities and events, such as sports competitions and concerts.


He stated, "This is a societal declaration. While the conclusion of the sponsored event may not completely eradicate tobacco smoking or e-cigarette behaviors, it is one element of it, serving as a demonstration to the public.


The New York State Convenience Store Association has expressed its support for this new law, as well as other similar laws, but has raised concerns regarding its impact. Kent Sopris, the association's chairman, highlighted that many products to be regulated, such as flavored e-cigarettes, are already deemed illegal at both the state and federal levels.


Spending time on marketing tricks and strategies may seem beneficial, but it doesn't actually yield true effectiveness. The real solution to the problem, as Sopris pointed out, lies in shutting down the stores that sell these products.


He doesn't believe that the new law will have a significant impact on his association members, as his store does not frequently sell illegal products targeted at teenagers. He pointed out that the stores selling such products don't seem to be concerned about legal sanctions.


Sopris highlighted his stance by emphasizing, "I urge the sponsors of the bills, governors, and other voters to seriously consider how to eradicate these products from the streets. We have engaged in extensive discussions with them, and we are eager for the upcoming budget year, hoping to see progress in this regard.


The new law will also revoke contract clauses that suppress research on the health consequences of e-cigarettes.


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