U.K. E-Cigarettes Can Make Smoking Alternative Claim, But Not Healthier
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
NJOY ads “implied that the product was favorable to smoking tobacco cigarettes,” but “there may be a number of reasons why a friend might suggest the product as an alternative to smoking tobacco cigarettes,” U.K. advertising watchdog says.
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