Juul e-cigs could be taken off the market as early as today
E-cigarettes from Juul Labs could be taken off the market in the U.S. as early as Wednesday.
The Food and Drug Administration is expected to announce the decision after a two-year review of data from Juul, which was pushing to keep its vapes on store shelves, reports the Wall Street Journal.
The expected move comes as something of a surprise after the FDA’s clearance of tobacco-flavored e-cigs from Juul rivals Reynolds American and NJOY Holdings. Juul will be able to appeal the ruling to both the FDA and the court system.