Juul announces it will stop selling mint-flavored pods

The largest seller of e-cigarettes reacts to revealing new studies and a potential ban of flavored cartridges
0:56 | 11/08/19

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We move to that major decision from the country's largest seller of e-cigarettes. Juul is announcing it will stop selling mint flavored pods. One study revealing mint is the most popular flavor among teens. It is trying to get ahead of an expected federal ban on them. Not only have we seen a large spike against minor, 27% of high schoolers are vaping according to recent surveys but hospitals and doctors are concerned by an outbreak of mysterious lung injuries related to vaping products. Juul will continue to sell menthol pods as well as its two tobacco products but mint pods which they say comprise about 70% of their business will no longer be sold and already pulled mango, creme brulee, unicorn milk which are flavors really popular among the youth as well. The bottom line, pull. 70% right there. Thank you so much. Coming up, we have the elite

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