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FDA’s Pathways To Market: Cigars Have Few Channels For Product Approval

Last month, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration expanded its authority over tobacco products and issued new regulations that affect how a cigar company can sell its premium or machine-made cigars. As part of the new rules, cigarmakers must seek approval from the FDA in order to launch a new cigar or continue selling a […]

FDA User Fees Mean More Costs For Cigar Companies

There’s another added cost of doing business for cigar companies, at least for those that sell tobacco products in the United States—quarterly user fees. Whether a large or small cigar company, most will have to pay the Food and Drug Administration user fees that could add up to a combined $65 million per year for […]