The Food and Drug Administration will have a temporary administrative stay on Tuesdaylast month's order. Made and requested an e-cigarette company, Juul pulls its vape product from a US shelf.
The agency has announced that it has maintained its first June 23 order to reserve time for additional review, but the stay will only temporarily suspend the ban. It is irrevocable.
"The authorities have determined that there is a scientific problem specific to JUUL applications that require additional review," the FDA said on Twitter.
However, this stay "does not constitute a permit to sell, sell or ship JUUL products," the agency added.
The FDA announced a federal ban on Juul products in June after saying that Juul's parent company, Altria, had submitted inadequate safety data.
At that time, the health agency said that the vaping company had "enough evidence for the application." There wasn't. " With respect to the toxicological profile of the product to demonstrate that the sale of the product is appropriate for public health protection.
The day after the ban, the Federal Court of Appealsgranted an FDA order temporary staywhile the court was considering the case. Temporary grace is set to last at least until July 12th.
With post wire