Biden Admin Planning to Lower Nicotine Content Limits for Cigarettes

Biden Admin Planning to Lower Nicotine Content Limits for Cigarettes


The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is preparing to lower the amount of nicotine that companies are allowed to put in cigarettes by 2023.

The nicotine limit was announced in the agency’s biannual regulatory agenda.

According to the notice, obtained by The Hill, the FDA will propose by 2023 “a tobacco product standard that would establish a maximum nicotine level in cigarettes and certain finished tobacco products.”

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The plan is to lower the amount significantly enough that it will make them less addictive.

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“Because tobacco-related harms primarily result from addiction to products that repeatedly expose users to toxins,

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