Posted by: prevention2 | August 19, 2011

How Safe is Tobacco That Melts in Your Mouth


Big name tobacco brands are ramping up their presence in the dissolvable tobacco game, and consumers in test markets, as well as regulators, are trying to figure out what make of the new products.

In early 2011, in Colorado and North Carolina, R.J. Reynolds began test-marketing Camel-branded wares — tobacco compressed into toothpicks, mints and strips that dissolve in your mouth. Unlike cigarettes, they produce no smoke, and unlike smokeless tobacco, you don’t have to spit when you use them.

Read more: http://healthland.time.com/2011/08/19/how-safe-is-tobacco-that-melts-in-your-mouth/#ixzz1VTsi0L97

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