Lawmakers Say Vape Company Took Advantage of Pandemic to Market to Teens

June 12th, 2020

Lawmakers have asked the Food and Drug Administration to ban e-cigarette company Puff Bar for its marketing tactics to young people.

The vape company has taken the place of Juul as a vape of choice for young people, and is known for its disposable, flavored products, according to The New York Times.

Its recent marketing highlighted its products as, “the perfect escape from the back-to-back zoom calls, parental texts and WFH stress.”

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