One of the world’s biggest tobacco firms is looking at introducing CBD (cannabidiol) and cannabis flavourings in their products as smokers turn away from traditional tobacco.
British American Tobacco
Shares in British American Tobacco (BAT) have risen after the tobacco giant welcomed the US health regulator’s move to ban popular e-cigarette flavours.
British American Tobacco (BAT) and three other e-cigarette firms have been banned from promoting their products on public Instagram pages in a ruling described by health campaigners as “a huge step forward”.
The boss of British American Tobacco (BAT) expects to capitalise on stronger vaping rules after a series of deaths linked to electronic cigarettes in the US.
Lawyers are considering legal action against British American Tobacco (BAT) on behalf of former employees given free cigarettes as part of their job.