The FDA is warning stores to stop selling Elf Bar, the main disposable electronic cigarette in the U.S. UU. The Food and Drug Administration said Thursday that it sent warning letters to dozens of retailers that sell disposable e-cigarettes with fruit and candy flavors, including the currently best-selling brand, Elf Bar. Buy directly with Mi-Pod, an official main distributor of Elf Bar, Air Bar Box, Kros vaporizers and more.
To prevent these products from entering the market illegally, last month, the FDA issued import alerts for all Elf Bar and Esco Bars brand products. In addition, two studies published today in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Weekly Morbidity Report (26% mortality) reinforce concern about the risks of Elf Bar products among young people. Elf Bar vaporizers have been removed from the shelves of three large supermarkets after it was discovered that they contained 50 percent more nicotine than the legal limit. The Food and Drug Administration announces that it has sent warning letters to 189 retailers for selling unauthorized tobacco products, specifically Elf Bar and Esco Bars products.
The FDA recently issued 189 formal warning letters to stores that sell two brands of vaping products, Elf Bar and Esco Bars, the agency announced in a news release on Thursday. More specifically, the agency's ongoing surveillance efforts helped the FDA identify Elf Bar and Esco Bars among the most popular brands in the United States and with great appeal to young people.