Vapr Wear Hoodie
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The FDA warned 10 companies to pull products off the market because they are designed to help teenagers hide vaping from adults.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is cracking down on products that help teenagers vape without getting caught because they look exactly like candy, smartwatches, video games, or hoodies.
“The public should really be outraged by these products,” said Mitch Zeller, director of the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products.
Warnings were sent to Vaprwear Gear, Vapewear, Wizman Limited, EightCig, Ejuicepack, Vape Royalty, VapeCentric, Dukhan Store, VapeSourcing, and Shenzen Uwell Technology (DTD Distribution).
If the companies do not stop manufacturing or selling these unauthorized products, they risk additional enforcement actions — fines, seizure of the products, or legal injunction.
The FDA is concerned because these companies are selling products designed to make it easy for teenagers to hide vapes from adults.
For example, Vaprwear Gear’s pullover hoodie and backpacks are designed to carry a vape and deliver vapor through hoses that are discreetly woven through hidden pockets.
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