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PMI’s heat-not-burn launch lands in hot water  


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27/05/2021 4:04 am  

A PMI spokesman cited by the newspaper said iQOS is a legal product and the law cited was enacted in the 1990s to combat imports of American-style chewing tobacco. However a heat-not-burn notice on the Ministry of Health website states: “Heat-not-burn products are considered tobacco products for oral use, and as they are not smoked their sale and distribution in New Zealand is prohibited under Section 29(2) of the Smoke-free Environments Act 1990.”To get more news about IQOS, you can visit official website.
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