New FDA policy could get some flavored e-cigarette products pulled off the market
(CNN) -- The US Food and Drug Administration released a policy draft Wednesday aimed at preventing e-cigarette products from getting into kids' hands. The result could be that some flavored products are taken off the market. The draft compliance policy, which is awaiting comments for 30 days and pending finalization, would take action against stores selling flavored e-cig products that are accessible to minors and against websites selling them without verifying buyers' ages and limiting the maximum quantities they sell.