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20

Nov

Imperial Brands cigarette sales drop slowed during the second half of last year
The decline in sales volume of products from Imperial Brands has slowed in the second half of the year. By pushing key brands and freezing prices, Imperial Brands’ sales were only down 2.6% in the second half of the year, as opposed to 5.7% in...

21

Oct

Tobacco retailers want limit on the amount of cigarettes and tobacco people can bring into the UK
Tobacco retailers are backing a so-called “hard Brexit” to prevent tobacco product tourists and EU travellers from bringing vast amounts of tobacco in the UK. The Tobacco Retailers’ Alliance wants the UK Government to limit tobacco brought...

24

Jul

The British American Tobacco acquisition of Reynolds has been slammed by health campaigners
British American Tobacco is now the world’s largest tobacco company after shareholders approved their buyout of Reynolds, merging the two. The deal was completed on Wednesday, and it will take British American Tobacco back to the US tobacco m...

12

Apr

The European Union’s Tobacco Products Directive plain packaging policy will be compulsory from May 20, after the Supreme Court rejected permission for the tobacco industry to appeal the new regulations. British American Tobacco Imperial Brands...

11

Apr

Prince Charles has banned smoking from his 2000 acre Scottish stately home.
Prince Charles really doesn’t like smoking as his grandfather, George VI, a smoker, died of lung cancer when the heir to the throne was just three. His son Prince Harry enjoys the occasional cigarette much to his father’s annoyance, and even...

22

Mar

Health campaigners have called for a ban on all flavoured tobacco products.
Numerous anti-smoking and public health groups are calling on the Food and Drug Administration to go in even harder on the tobacco industry by banning candy or fruit flavoured e-cigs and cigars. The American Lung Association, the American Heart ...

21

Mar

A new study has shown that cigarette retailers are struggling with the TPD.
Tobacco retailers are already beginning to feel the effect of the EU’s Tobacco Products Directive ahead of May 20, the date when the TPD is thoroughly implemented. According to a survey conducted by the Tobacco Retailers’ Alliance ...

23

Feb

Tobacco manufacturers battling cigarette packaging restrictions
Tobacco advertising will be a thing of the past from May 20 when the European Union’s Tobacco Products Directive takes affect. Famous figures and tobacco advertising campaigns such as Marlboro man will become extinct, with all cigarettes ...

25

Jan

British American Tobacco eyeing Reynolds deal.
Despite US smoking statistics being at an all-time low, but that doesn’t seem to be curbing investor’s interest in purchasing from a resurgent US tobacco market. British American Tobacco, a multinational British tobacco company and...

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20

Nov

Imperial Brands cigarette sales drop slowed during the second half of last year
The decline in sales volume of products from Imperial Brands has slowed in the second half of the year. By pushing key brands and freezing prices, Imperial Brands’ sales were only down 2.6% in the second half of the year, as opposed to 5.7% in...

21

Oct

Tobacco retailers want limit on the amount of cigarettes and tobacco people can bring into the UK
Tobacco retailers are backing a so-called “hard Brexit” to prevent tobacco product tourists and EU travellers from bringing vast amounts of tobacco in the UK. The Tobacco Retailers’ Alliance wants the UK Government to limit tobacco brought...

24

Jul

The British American Tobacco acquisition of Reynolds has been slammed by health campaigners
British American Tobacco is now the world’s largest tobacco company after shareholders approved their buyout of Reynolds, merging the two. The deal was completed on Wednesday, and it will take British American Tobacco back to the US tobacco m...

12

Apr

The European Union’s Tobacco Products Directive plain packaging policy will be compulsory from May 20, after the Supreme Court rejected permission for the tobacco industry to appeal the new regulations. British American Tobacco Imperial Brands...

11

Apr

Prince Charles has banned smoking from his 2000 acre Scottish stately home.
Prince Charles really doesn’t like smoking as his grandfather, George VI, a smoker, died of lung cancer when the heir to the throne was just three. His son Prince Harry enjoys the occasional cigarette much to his father’s annoyance, and even...

22

Mar

Health campaigners have called for a ban on all flavoured tobacco products.
Numerous anti-smoking and public health groups are calling on the Food and Drug Administration to go in even harder on the tobacco industry by banning candy or fruit flavoured e-cigs and cigars. The American Lung Association, the American Heart ...

21

Mar

A new study has shown that cigarette retailers are struggling with the TPD.
Tobacco retailers are already beginning to feel the effect of the EU’s Tobacco Products Directive ahead of May 20, the date when the TPD is thoroughly implemented. According to a survey conducted by the Tobacco Retailers’ Alliance ...

23

Feb

Tobacco manufacturers battling cigarette packaging restrictions
Tobacco advertising will be a thing of the past from May 20 when the European Union’s Tobacco Products Directive takes affect. Famous figures and tobacco advertising campaigns such as Marlboro man will become extinct, with all cigarettes ...

25

Jan

British American Tobacco eyeing Reynolds deal.
Despite US smoking statistics being at an all-time low, but that doesn’t seem to be curbing investor’s interest in purchasing from a resurgent US tobacco market. British American Tobacco, a multinational British tobacco company and...
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