Waitrose to Stop Selling Disposable E-Cigarettes


UK supermarket chain Waitrose has announced it will stop selling disposable e-cigarettes due to environmental and health concerns.

In a recent development, the UK chain supermarket Waitrose has made the decision to cease selling disposable e-cigarettes. According to reports from the British media outlet Joe, Waitrose states that it is unable to identify a legitimate reason to continue retailing disposable e-cigarette products.


Despite the fact that the health impacts of e-cigarette use are relatively less harmful compared to traditional smoking, the long-term risks remain unclear. Given the potential effects of these products on the environment and the health of young individuals, Vitros has decided to halt the sale of lithium-containing e-cigarette products under its “Ten Motives” brand.


The Irish government has previously proposed a nationwide ban on the sale of disposable e-cigarettes.


According to reports, Waitrose is a premium supermarket in the UK, affiliated with the John Lewis Partnership. It is known for offering high quality and diverse food and goods, with a focus on excellent service and a satisfying shopping experience. Its product range includes food, beverages, and everyday items, positioning itself in the high-end market. As part of the John Lewis Partnership, Waitrose prioritizes social responsibility and upholds the cooperative ownership principles of the partnership.


Source link

Read More


IECIE Vape Show has focused on the vape industry since 2015 and won the support of the Informa group. As the world’s leading professional B2B and B2C industry event, IECIE Vape Show has grown to be a successful brand and professional business platform for the vape industry!

Subscribe to IECIE latest news