Ingredients ban

Ingredients ban

Some people claim that ingredients are used in tobacco products to make smoking more appealing to children and more addictive.

The World Health Organisation Framework Convention of Tobacco Control guidelines recommend that governments restrict or prohibit the use of ingredients. We support legislation prohibiting tobacco ingredients  that are shown through sound scientific evidence to increase the toxicological effects of the product, enhance the pharmacological effects of nicotine, or to lead to increased underage smoking.

There is no evidence to suggest that the ingredients we use in our tobacco products have any of these effects.

Read about Ingredients bans  on our corporate website.