FDA ISSUES WARNING LETTERS TO 10 FIRMS MANUFACTURING AND SELLING UNAUTHORIZED E-LIQUID PRODUCTS

Miami, FLA, Jan. 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The FDA issues first set of warning letters to 10 firms manufacturing and selling unauthorized electronic nicotine delivery system (ENDS) products.FDA warning letters have been sent to firms who continue to manufacture and illegally sell e-liquid products lacking premarket authorization. These firms have neglected to submit Premarket Tobacco Applications by the required deadline. Premarket Tobacco Applications (PMTA) were required to be submitted for all e-liquid products and vaping devices on the market as of August 8th, 2016, by the court-ordered September 9th, 2020 deadline. Any such product lacking a PMTA is considered to be illegal in the US.The 10 firms receiving warning letters are as follows:Little House Vapes LLCCastle Rock Vapor LLCDropsmoke Inc.Perfection Vapes Inc.CLS Trading LLC dba Vape Dudes HQSession Supply Co.Coastal E-Liquid LaboratoryGC Vapors LLCDr. Crimmy LLC dba Dr. Crimmy’s V-LiquidCMM Capital LLC dba ETX Vape & E-Cig Barn LLC According to the FDA, once letters are received, these firms will have 15 days to respond with specific dates on which unauthorized products have been removed from the US market, as well as plans to maintain compliance.###About PMTA VerifiedPMTA Verified was born in 2016, to a nonprofit organization founded by a group of concerned Vapers and Industry leaders. PMTA Verified is led by an Emergency Room Physician and a passionate group of professionals that have all witnessed the impacts of limited solutions and misinformation within the communities and patients they serve.To sign up for real-time PMTA alerts and information, visit pmtafiled.com. For media inquiries, please email [email protected]. To submit your PMTA filing documentation, email [email protected]AttachmentScreen Shot 2020-09-09 at 8.18.58 PMLaura Tobin
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