Retail Associations Press FDA To Release List Of ENDS Products Given Marketing Denial Orders

NACS and the other associations asked the agency to release the names

Retail groups joined together to ask the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for more information around some vapor products the agency has rejected to date.

NACS and four other associations reached out the FDA after the agency said it issued 10 marketing denial orders (MDOs) for flavored electronic nicotine delivery system (ENDS) products in response to premarket tobacco applications (PMTAs) R.J. Reynolds Vapor Co. submitted under the Vuse Solo brand, according to NACS.

Due to potential confidential commercial information issues, the FDA is not publicly disclosing the specific flavored products, as Convenience Store News reported on Oct. 13.

In a letter to the FDA, NACS and the other associations asked the agency to release the names of the products that received MDOs.

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