By Mariel Peralta , CP Contributor
August 7, 2016|6:07 am
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have imposed a stricter set of rules for e-cigarette and vape shops across the country.
Starting Monday, cigarette and vape shops in the US will no longer be able to fully assist their customers when it comes to putting their vaping devices together. Store-made juices will be illegal to sell and e-cigarettes will no longer be available for sale to minors or those under 18 years of age. The FDA regulations extend to all tobacco products and vapes, Everything Lubbock reports.
New FDA Regulations on Tobacco, E-Cigarettes, Vapes
Those who would sell repackaged vape juices will have to comply with the FDA regulations and increase their prices because they are still considered as manufacturers by the FDA. An e-cigarette store