Draft Guidance: Tobacco Perception & Intention Studies
FDA issues recommendations for designing and conducting TPPI studies that may help show that a tobacco product meets applicable marketing criteria.
Get the Latest Facts on Teen E-Cigarette Use
Though youth e-cigarette use is down from 2019, teen use remains alarmingly high. Learn the latest findings on the use of flavors, disposable e-cigarettes, and more.
FDA’s Preparations for the September 9 Submission Deadline
On Sept. 9, premarket applications for many new tobacco products currently on the market are due to FDA for review. CTP Director Mitch Zeller published a perspective piece on FDA’s preparations to meet this challenge in an efficient, reliable and transparent manner.
September 9, 2020 Premarket Review Submission Deadline
FDA has created a new webpage to provide manufacturers and importers with a single location for information and resources related to tobacco product applications for deemed new tobacco products, which are due by September 9, 2020. For tips, resources, and the latest information specific to these applications, visit the new webpage.Learn More
In December 2019, the President signed legislation raising the federal minimum age for sale of tobacco products from 18 to 21 years. Effective immediately, this law makes it illegal for a retailer to sell any tobacco product—including cigarettes, cigars, and e-cigarettes—to anyone under 21. FDA has developed a webpage to provide the latest information on this new legislation—commonly referred to as “Tobacco 21” or “T21.” The webpage currently houses responses to commonly asked questions, a recently released webinar, CTP’s web statement on the new legislation, as well as information on resources for retailers to help verify the age of customers.Learn More
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