Juul to Cease Selling E-Cigarette in Israel in 10 Days
On Sunday, the Israeli Supreme Court rejected Juul’s request for a temporary injunction against last week’s government ban
Moshe Gorali | 12:59 26.08.2018
On Sunday, the Israeli Supreme Court rejected an appeal by e-cigarette maker Juul Labs Inc. asking the court to issue a temporary injunction against a ban on its product signed last week. The ban signed by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will come into effect in 10 days.
For daily updates, subscribe to our newsletter by clicking here.Juul entered the Israeli market in May, selling its pods with a full nicotine content of 59 mg per pod, like it does in the U.S. In the U.K., its only overseas market except for Israel, the company sells pods with a reduced nicotine content to comply with European regulations.