Despite Juul crackdown, the FDA isn’t enforcing its own vaping rules | SAN ANTONIO XYZ | Scoop.it
Earlier this month, the US Food and Drug Administration announced that e-cigarette startups like Juul have 60 days to prove they can keep their devices out of the hands of kids, or their products might be taken off the market. But a new report shows that despite this high-profile crackdown, the FDA isn’t doing enough when it comes to another part of the vaping market: copycats.