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UK Supermarket Chain Criticized for Displaying Vapes in Exactly the Right Place
Where should vaping products be stocked in stores? That question was sharply raised in response to Sainsbury’s, a British supermarket chain, placing e-cigarettes and vaping liquids on its shelves next to nicotine replacement products like patches and gums.
Although British political hostility to vaping is nowhere near that seen in the US, opposition inevitably followed. Conservative Member of Parliament Bob Blackman, chair of the Parliamentary Group on Smoking and Health, blasted Sainsbury’s: “It’s wrong to have them on open shelves … We don’t know enough about the long-term effects of electronic cigarette use. There may well be dangerous chemicals in the e-liquid.”
Blackman’s scaremongering misses the point. E-cigarette vapor does contain some potentially harmful chemicals—but at extremely low levels, often lower than those found in common medicines, typically exaggerated by opponents of tobacco harm reduction.
The headline news, according to a landmark review on vaping conducted by Public Health England, is that overall, e-cigarettes are 95 percent safer than smoking.
Professor Peter Hajek of Queen Mary University of London, an independent author of the review, said: “My reading of the evidence is that smokers who switch to vaping remove almost all the risks smoking poses to their health. Smokers differ in their needs and I would advise them not to give up on e-cigarettes if they do not like the first one they try. It may take some experimentation with different products and e-liquids to find the right one.”
It is common sense to place vaping devices on shelves next to smoking cessation products, because that’s what they are. For millions of smokers who’ve unsuccessfully tried patches and gums, an e-cigarette is the next logical choice.
Nowhere is this better illustrated than in the UK. Thanks to relatively enlightened policies, including encouragement of vaping by the National Health Service, over 3 million Brits now vape. Of these, a majority are ex-smokers who have now switched to vaping entirely. A further 40 percent are smokers who are in the process of switching. This is a great victory for public health.
Blackman was also concerned that putting vaping products on open shelves makes them easily accessible to young people—even though you have to be 18 to buy them—and that the Sainsbury’s decision gives the impression that vaping is harmless. Compared to smoking cigarettes—and remember, ex-smokers and smokers dominate the UK’s vaping market—vaping is less harmful by orders of magnitude.
Public Health England created a short film that demonstrates the high levels of cancer-causing chemicals and tar inhaled by an average smoker over a month, compared to not smoking or using an e-cigarette. “I regularly give patients advice about quitting,” said said Dr. Rosemary Leonard, who is featured in the video. “And when I recommend e-cigarettes, I am often surprised to hear the misconceptions some people have about them… Vaping is much less harmful than smoking and I really hope this experiment will encourage smokers to make a quit attempt…”
In most stores and pharmacies, vaping products sit behind the cashier’s counter, next to packages of cigarettes. That location perpetuates the false belief—one held by most Americans—that vaping is as dangerous as smoking. Stocking e-cigarettes on shelves, alongside boxes of nicotine patches and gums, helps clear up this damaging confusion, and sends the message to smokers that vaping is a viable way to quit.
The outrage over where e-cigarettes are placed in stores is yet another battle in the vaping disinformation wars. In the States, things have gone in the opposite direction—the FDA has bannedsales of e-cigarettes in convenience stores and gas stations—and public health will suffer accordingly.
Across the Pond, a sensible spokesperson for Sainsbury’s explained: “Vaping products are for smokers looking for an alternative to cigarettes. A natural home for them is next to smoking cessation products.” Hopefully, more stores will follow the Sainsbury’s example.
Post time: Jan-29-2019
How Vapers Can Stop a Flavor Ban in New York City
The New York City Council is considering a ban on vaping flavors, and a key committee will hold a public hearing next week to discuss the proposed ordinance. Vapers and other stakeholders will have an opportunity to speak at a public hearing on Jan. 30.
The text of Ordinance 3592 is not yet available, but according to CASAA, it is likely to follow one of three patterns seen in recent flavor legislation elsewhere:
· Ban the sale of all flavored vaping products, with no exceptions
· Ban flavors other than tobacco, or other than tobacco and menthol (and possibly mint)
· Restrict flavored products to adult-only retail stores
None of those options are good for vapers or the vaping industry. A major survey of adult vapers last year showed that the ex-smokers who have been most successful at avoiding cigarettes by vaping prefer fruit and dessert flavors. And a ban on sales at convenience stores and bodegas eliminates choices in the locations smokers are most likely to encounter them, which means fewer impulse purchases that may lead to long-term switching.
The Health Committee hearing will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Jan. 30 at New York City Hall (at the center of City Hall Park). It will be preceded by a rally of vapers at City Hall (see below).
It’s important for members of the City Council (especially those on the Health Committee) to hear from residents before the meeting. You can use CASAA’s call to action page to send a message to the Health Committee members. You can also call the committee members and politely register your opposition to Ordinance 3592 (and keep calling after the hearing, since the final vote may not happen for several weeks). Explain how flavored vapor products have helped you.
· Mark Levine (212) 788-7007
· Keith Powers (212) 788-7393
· Dr. Mathieu Eugene (718) 788-7352
· Alicka Ampry-Samuel (212) 788-7387
· Inez Barron (212) 788-6957
A rally to oppose the ordinance is being held on the steps of City Hall at 11:30 a.m., hosted by the American Vaping Association, the New York State Vapor Association, and SFATA. If you’d like to speak at the hearing, try to arrive early and join the rally. And even if you choose not to speak, you can attend the rally and hearing. (The AVA has created a promotional flyer for the rally that vape shops — or anyone — can hand out.)
Post time: Jan-26-2019