Nearly 5,000 words on what yesterday’s major legal victory means for the premium cigar industry.
FDA has announced a proposed plan that would require all tobacco manufacturing facilities to create, follow and document a wide range of procedures ranging from cleanliness to production processes to vetting suppliers like tobacco growers. While nothing changed today, this marks a monumental step forward in how FDA could regulate the cigar industry because today’s proposed changes would mean FDA would be regulating the cigar factories directly.
So you want to know what happens next. Here are “nine” “thoughts” on the matter.
Yesterday, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration followed through with its commitment to move closer towards bans on the sales of flavored cigars and menthol…
You didn’t want to read that 526-page FDA-commissioned report about premium cigars? Would you like to read 4,349 words of what I think about it?