An FDA spokesperson instructed CNN the company may just no longer supply any data presently. Juul Labs didn’t instantly reply to CNN’s request for remark.
Altria stocks tumbled 8% Wednesday and the inventory has fallen 13% this 12 months. The corporate invested $12.8 billion for a 35% stake in Juul in 2018. The deal briefly went south as issues fixed in regards to the well being dangers of vaping, and US regulators driven for a crackdown on e-cigarettes. Juul was once additionally criticized for promoting vape pods with flavors akin to mango, creme and cucumber that changed into well-liked by teenagers.
In 2019, the corporate ended gross sales of its flavored merchandise in the US. That transfer got here in a while earlier than the FDA banned all vaping flavors aside from tobacco and menthol at the beginning of 2020.
The Magazine notes that Juul “may just pursue an attraction throughout the FDA, problem the verdict in court docket or report a revised utility for its merchandise.”
This transfer comes after the Biden management signaled Tuesday that it is going to broaden a proposed rule to ascertain a most nicotine degree in cigarettes and different tobacco merchandise that can necessarily decrease the volume of nicotine in merchandise to be had in america. This is a step that no different management has taken earlier than and is one public well being mavens say could be transformative if enacted.
Regardless that e-cigarette merchandise had been allowed to stay available on the market for years, in 2020, the FDA requested the corporations to publish programs to stay merchandise available on the market.
— CNN Well being’s Carma Hassan contributed to this file