Two e-vapor regulatory agencies on both sides of the US-Canadian border have decided to merge to better regulate vape products in this coming years. They will work within their decided nine principals of effective vapor products regulation. In short, they break down the principals for manufacturers and consumers.
Professional standards for manufacturers of e-liquid is, especially with external verifications, are a plus for any E-liquid manufacturer. Customers should know that their consumable products are professionally manufactured. AEMSA members are directly represented in all federal level advocacy efforts and listed on our document/Public-comment submissions.
Regulations (with standards) are coming and manufacturers operating with professional standards will be best prepared to meet those regulations and requirements. AEMSA aims to be a truly democratic association; with members voices being upheld.
Consumers should know that their liquids have the highest quality nicotine (for nicotine-containing liquids), accuracy of content, highest quality diluents (VG and PG), clean manufacturing environments, liquids have not been exposed to environments outside of the manufacturing lab until they are opened by the consumer, properly packaged and sealed with tamper evidence, proper smear-resistant labels with appropriate information, child-resistant bottle-caps and traceability to source nicotine. According to the AEMSA, their certified members are the only e-liquid manufacturers in the world with these verifications.
CVA President Shaun Casey stated at the Alliance announcement, "Canada has already enacted legislation which puts electronic vaping products in a separate category from tobacco products. As Scott indicated, this is essential to get effective regulations for the industry. The Canadian Vaping Association is excited to work with AEMSA as it moves forward developing its Generation 2 standards for e- liquids, e-liquid components, vaporizer hardware, and retail accreditations."
Recently, the E-Liquid and E-Juice Market report discussed the major growth factors for 2018-2026. These research report also provides a granular analysis of the market share, segmentation, revenue forecasts and geographic regions of the market. The E-Liquid and E-Juice market research report is showing a high growth rate, however, it's worth investigating that if these regulations are able to thrive, the market for e-liquid will in-turn thrive as well.
Since the FDA will be going through an advance notice of proposed rulemaking for electronic vapor product standards, the AEMSA has been working to produce better standards business for more than five years now. Electronic vapor products must be regulated in a separate category from tobacco.
Additionally, one of the largest plagues of the current e-liquid market is the threat of underage people being able to purchase vaping supplies. Since this threat is imminent, the American E-Liquid Manufacturing Standards Association (AEMSA) along with all other leading vaping organizations strongly oppose and condemn marketing e-liquid to anyone under legal age to purchase tobacco or e-vapor products.
AEMSA is moving forward with creating marketing standards that will oppose any theft of copyrighted material or intellectual property and specifically will prohibit any graphic design that mimics products targeted for anyone under the legal age for tobacco or e-vapor products.
In the end, the report makes some important proposals for a new project of E-Liquid and E-Juice Industry before evaluating its feasibility. Overall, the report provides an in-depth insight of 2018-2026 global E-Liquid and E-Juice industry covering all important parameters.