FDA Authorizes Logic Vapes as “Appropriate for the Protection of Public Health”


The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized several tobacco-flavored e-cigarettes and heat-not-burn devices produced by Logic, which is owned by Japan Tobacco International (JTI).

The agency also denied other, flavored product applications from Logic, while indicating that menthol-flavored products remained under review.

It’s just the second time the FDA has authorized vapes.

The agency determined that a host of products from the Logic Power, Logic Pro, and Logic Vapeleaf brands were “appropriate for the protection of public health”—deemed more likely to help adult smokers reduce or cease their cigarette use than to introduce a new generation to nicotine.

It’s just the second time the FDA has authorized vapes, following its authorization of Vuse Solo, an outdated product used by very few people, in October 2021. Logic products may be more widely used, but only just: According to Goldman Sachs, which analyzes Nielsen data, Logic holds less than 1 percent of the vapor market in the United States.

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Alex Norcia – Filter – 2022-03-24.

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