The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday said it is moving against the sale of e-cigarettes to minors by targeting Juul Labs Inc., maker of one of the most popular such products in the U.S.
Juul has become a teen status symbol and a growing problem in U.S. schools. In recent months, Juul Labs has captured close to half the estimated $2 billion e-cigarette category. In addition to Juul, the agency mentioned e-cigarette brands myblu and KandyPens, saying they have similar characteristics that could facilitate youth use.
WSJ April 25, 2018