Thursday August 6, 2020

E-cigarette giant calls for age restriction on vaping products in Ireland

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

12th May, 2019
Adam Bowen and James Monsees, co-founders of Juul Picture: Getty

The founder of the $38 billion electronic cigarette company Juul wants the Irish government to set a minimum age limit on the sale of vaping products to prevent underage users consuming them.

At the moment, there are no such limits in place in Ireland.

Juul, which has captured a 75 per cent of the US electronic cigarette market in the space of just a few years, was launched in Ireland last week. Its co-founder James Monsees...

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