- In making the decision, the FDA cited “insufficient and conflicting data” from Juul.
- The move is part of the FDA’s wider review of the vaping industry.
- Juul has been scrutinized over concerns that its marketing targeted youth.
Juul users will no longer find the sleek vapes in store shelves.
The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday banned the sale of Juul Labs vaping products in the U.S., citing “insufficient and conflicting data.”
The decision, part of the agency’s broader review of the vaping industry, comes as a blow to the giant that has been scrutinized over concerns that its marketing campaign targeted youth.