Comment light on for FDA and tobacco
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA solicits public comment on topics concerning its authority over tobacco products established by recently enacted Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act, including smoking cessation, prevention and federal, state and local government collaboration. After the Center for Tobacco Products required by the law is established, FDA will seek comment on more specific issues on reducing the incidence and prevalence of tobacco use and protecting public health, according to a July 1 Federal Register notice (1"The Tan Sheet" June 15, 2008). Also included among the comment topics are new product submission and approval; ingredient disclosure; tobacco use by specific groups; tobacco addiction; data collection; products with reduced harm/risk claims; enforcement; research and testing; advertising and marketing; label statements and warnings; standards - including flavors and ingredients; sale and distribution; and manufacturing restrictions and facilities controls. The deadline for comments is Oct. 28
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