About Electronic Cigarette
2018-02-09
As electronic cigarettes were first introduced into the market place, big tobacco companies immediately felt threatened by the news. Electronic cigarettes offered a healthier, safer, and more convenient way to smoke. With attempts to destroy their competition, leading tobacco companies, namely Phillip Morris, made grand efforts to get the production of electronic cigarettes and marketing of the new innovative products shut down. News spreads fast and tobacco industries responded quickly, violently, and skillfully. They harassed FDA and other government officials and spread rumors about negative health effects that electronic cigarettes caused. Efforts were made to flood the news and internet with disadvantages of the e-cig. However, the earliest electronic cigarette companies continued to market and sell their products and eventually began to develop a well established niche. The big tobacco companies encouraged the FDA and other nicotine replacement therapy manufacturers to complain that using electronic cigarettes as a way to ween off of smoking tobacco had never been tested and was potentially dangerous. Yet this was news to e-cig smokers. The product reviews and the beneficial results spoke for themselves, and the tobacco industry failed to suppress the growing electronic cigarette craze. Now, these same tobacco companies have accepted the inevitability that e-cigs are a successful and useful product and are redirecting their focus to get onboard. There have been reports that Phillip Morris and the Ruyan E Cigarette Company are in the midst of negotiating a large deal. Currently, there are no official agreements between smaller e-cig companies and big tobacco tycoons but it is only a matter of time before their big money buys them a big slice of the industry. Check back frequently to stay updated on the latest electronic cigarettes news.