The order the FDA issued last month requiring the vaping company Juul to remove its electronic cigarettes from the market has been administratively stayed.
Washington, D.C. The order the Food and Drug Administration issued last month ordering the electronic cigarette manufacturer Juul to remove its products from the market has been administratively stayed as of this Tuesday.
According to the agency’s tweets, the stay only temporarily suspends the marketing denial order while it performs more review; it does not cause it to be revoked.
On June 23, the FDA issued the initial order prohibiting the sale of Juul. A federal appeals court temporarily overturned the government prohibition the next day.
Following years of regulatory delays, the FDA took its initial move as part of a broad initiative to apply scientific scrutiny to the multibillion-dollar vaping sector.
Companies must demonstrate the public health benefits of their e-cigarettes for them to remain on the market. In actuality, it means demonstrating that adult smokers who take them are probably going to cut back on their smoking, while minors are probably not going to become addicted to them.
Juul’s application, according to the FDA, raised serious concerns and lacked sufficient details to allow officials to assess any potential health hazards. Juul claimed that it provided sufficient data and information to resolve every issue raised.
Juul’s request for a hold while the court considers the matter was granted by a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
The FDA declared on Tuesday that “there are specific scientific problems with the Juul application that necessitate extra examination.”
Nevertheless, it emphasised that neither the suspension nor the review “constitute authority to market, sell, or ship Juul products.”
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