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E-cigarette giant Juul may work with the U.S. government to remove most of the flavor from e-cigaret

  

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  The U.S. government is planning to eliminate most how to smoke out of a glass pipe from the market.Us e-cigarette giant JuulLabs is discussing internally whether to work with the plan, us media quoted sources as saying.

  The us government's plan to affect e-cigarettes such as sweet, fruit and mint will have a serious impact on yul.More than 80 percent of the company's products come from these banned flavors.But Juul insiders also believe the move will help curb the use of e-cigarettes by minors and avoid a greater threat to the company.Earlier, the us food and drug administration said it might ban Juul from marketing e-cigarettes altogether.

  While the yule family has decided to support a ban on most e-cigarette flavors, the difference between mint and mint remains.Sources say company insiders hope to lobby the trump administration to make exceptions for both tastes.If Juul's goal is to help smokers quit, they argue, it should offer menthol flavored e-cigarettes.

  FDA officials have previously said there are no restrictions on the sale of menthol wholesale glass pipes and bongs, which they see as a relatively light alternative to cigarettes.

  On Wednesday, health and human services secretary AlexAzar, citing preliminary federal government data, reported that the number of menthol and mint-flavored e-cigarettes among teens rose sharply this year.Nearly 28 percent of high school students surveyed this year had used an e-cigarette at least once in the past 30 days, up from 21 percent last year, the data showed.

  The us food and drug administration's plan is to remove e-cigarettes from the market altogether unless they taste similar to regular cigarettes.E-cigarettes with a tobacco-flavored flavor account for less than 20 percent of Juul's sales in the United States, according to sources.The brand's most popular e-cigarette flavors are mango and mint.Analysts say some e-cigarette users may switch to traditional cigarettes if a ban is imposed.

  Yul is credited with the widespread use of glass pipes by American teenagers.The company is under investigation by the FDA, the federal trade commission, congressional committees and several state prosecutors.Juul is also pushing overseas expansion.The company recently issued $785 million in convertible bonds to support the development of overseas markets.This week, Juul announced its entry into China, the company's 19th country.

  In the first half of 2019, Juul earned $1.27 billion globally, including more than $100 million in revenue from markets outside the United States, according to the source.

  Yul voluntarily stopped selling sweet and fruit-flavored e-cigarettes in stores last year, but continued to sell them through the site.Yul's website designs an age control system.The company then called on regulators to take action against fake products.Several Juul investors said this week they welcomed increased regulation of the industry, noting that it would eliminate counterfeit and shoddy products, target children and potentially harmful products, while allowing regulated products to continue to exist.