Convenience Store Group Encourages Members Not to Sell E-Cigs to Youth

The National Association of Convenience Stores is urging its members not to sell e-cigarettes to minors, the Associated Press reports. The group represents more than 151,280 convenience stores.

The group says e-cigarettes should be treated like other age-restricted tobacco products. In a statement, the group notes convenience stores are the largest retail channel for e-cigarette sales, with overall sales of almost $540 million last year.

via APNewsBreak: Retail Group Urges Youth E-Cig Ban – ABC News.


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