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(Listening) Suggestion Box! - What would you like to see from Nicoticket?

Discussion in 'Nicoticket' started by Kent Brooks, Feb 11, 2014.

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  1. Shaneguide

    Shaneguide Ain't Life Grand Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Please forgive me if this is a stupid question...

    If a Jooooose was made anytime before the regulations took place then they are safe, however anything after that date will have to be injected, inspected, detected, infected, neglected and (possibly) selected all at a HUGE expense to NT...

    Is that right?
     
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  2. sonicdsl

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    Not a stupid question! Not to speak for NT, but in general, if it was marketed prior to 8/8/16, then it can be sold for two years, ostensibly to give time to file the Pre-Market Tobacco Application (PMTA) paperwork to get it "permanently" approved for sale to the public. There is then up to another year it can be sold while the FDA renders its decision. Anything not yet marketed must go through the PMTA process first before it can be sold to the public. There is a caveat to the items marketed prior to 8/8/16 being sold during this time, and that is that no changes can be made to them at all. Any changes make it a new product, and therefore cannot be sold prior to PMTA processing and approval.

    Yeah, it sucks, and is stupid and dumb. :(
     
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  3. Shaneguide

    Shaneguide Ain't Life Grand Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    thanks for setting me straight
     
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  4. Kent Brooks

    Kent Brooks Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

    Not sure what regulation date you are referring to? The one that just passed, August 8, 2016 -- or the same date in August of 2018. In any case, for the most part, it's business as usual with the notable exception that we had to get certifications for our enclosures (caps). They SAID that any bottles produced before the August 8, 2016 date were grandfathered -- but -- they later recanted and said all stock had to be compliant. So, the situation is fluid. After the upcoming date in 2018, no sales of any kind will be allowed, so that's a moot point.
     
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  5. sonicdsl

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    *Without a PMTA approval, yes? (Granted PMTA approval will be required for every individual flavor and every possible nic level of every flavor, at a cost of ~ $750,000-1,000,000, but...)
     
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