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Black Note is proud to announce we have received a PMTA Acceptance letter from the FDA on April 05, 2021. We have reached a step closer to meeting FDA criteria for a full scientific review before moving onto the next step of the PMTA process.   The documentation includes a broad and exhaustive investigation with scientific evidence of the quality and safety of our electronic nicotine-delivery systems (ENDS).   This letter confirms that Black Note’s application has met the preliminary statutory and regulatory FDA requirements under section 910

Together, we will beat this virus. The continued coronavirus pandemic has claimed too many lives and despite a gradual easing of lockdown restrictions, it would be a mistake to think the problem has gone away. Now, it’s more important than ever to stay vigilant and for all of us to do what we can to halt the spread of COVID-19.   We may be an e-liquid company, but at times like this we all have to chip in for the good of society. It’s all of

In the midst of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, a federal judge in Maryland has agreed to grant a 120 day extension to the deadline for pre-market tobacco applications.  This gives the vaping industry a tiny bit of breathing room, but ultimately there is good reason for the delay and many vaping companies would have struggled to meet the deadline in the wake of the pandemic otherwise.   Extending the Deadline   The decision was made by US District Judge Paul W. Grimm, who issued a one-page ruling that

Even though you might not have to personally deal with it, most vapers have at least heard of a PMTA. But what actually is it? Even if you don’t run a vaping business, the question will become increasingly important in the next few months as the deadline for submission approaches.   In a nutshell, a PMTA is a “pre-market tobacco product application,” which basically means an application you have to file to the FDA to stay in business after the regulations come into effect. So for

Dear Black Note Community,   We agree with the need for a category-wide action on e-juice flavors that Sound Just Like Kids’ Favorite Treats ONLY. Such flavors have fueled the youth e-cigarette epidemic. When it comes to tobacco products, particularly e-cigarettes, certain flavors attract kids and puts them at risk of a lifetime of nicotine dependence. We aren’t against companies offering straight forward flavors designed for adults as long as they adhere to strict guidelines to ensure that their marketing and commercial communications are directed toward adult smokers

Yesterday, the Senate Health Committee passed bill SB-38 – essentially a flavor ban – and the related bill SB-39, much to the dismay of vaping and harm reduction advocates across the country.   Specifically, these aim to prevent retail stores from selling e-liquids containing a “characterizing flavor,” i.e. a distinguishing taste other than tobacco, and to strengthen age restrictions on deliveries of products bought online.   Because there are no exemptions for adult-only locations, this legislation – SB 38 in particular – has the potential to kill vape

On Wednesday, the FDA announced a major crack-down on the vaping industry to tackle what they frequently described as an “epidemic” of youth vaping. The move represents a strong step towards the sort of hard-line attitude preferred by groups such as the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, using concerns about “the children” to drive a stake through the heart of the vaping industry. The two most notable threats coming along with the announcement are the potential to ban “characterizing flavors” in e-liquid and to revoke

The implementation of the FDA’s e-cigarette regulations may have been delayed, but they are still a looming disaster for the industry. But there is a way through the tangle of regulatory requirements for manufacturers that are willing to spend the money and jump through all the hoops. A major deadline passed on October 12th, by which date manufacturers had to register all of their products with the FDA to get the whole process started. The good news for fans of Black Note is that

The recent positive news for vapers from the FDA had a bit of a concerning undertone. Scott Gottlieb spoke a lot about e-juice flavors that “appeal to kids” and is asking for input on the issue of how to regulate them. The deadline for PMTAs being pushed back to 2022 is good news, and the open acknowledgement of the value of tobacco harm reduction is great, but the animosity towards flavors is a sign of the same sort of narrative we’ve come to expect

Since the FDA first revealed its Deeming Regulations for e-cigarettes in April 2014, the looming threat of the new law has been the biggest worry for everyone involved with the US vaping scene – and, as Deeming is likely to wipe out hundreds of favorite juice flavors, it’s not that popular in the rest of the world either. So it’s no surprise that, when FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb announced a four-year delay this morning, there was widespread celebration. The background to the delay is a

Vapers and smokers in San Francisco will find it harder to find their favorite e-juice flavors from next April. Last Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors approved an ordinance which bans the sale of flavored e-liquids, menthol cigarettes, flavored cigars and more. Unsurprisingly, the decision was justified based on the idea that “flavored tobacco products promote youth initiation of tobacco use,” but no consideration whatsoever was given to the committed smokers who are only able to quit using flavored e-liquids. As always, the cries to

In late 2014, a story from Reddit ended up plastered all over the internet, with reputable news sites warning vapers that you can get malware from your e-cigarette. The story was quickly dismantled by vapers, from the dubious source of the story – who didn’t have any details beyond the likely copied-and-pasted text – right through to the plausibility of the approach and whether or not it would even be worth it.   But in the world of vaping, no piece of potentially fear-inducing news can

Although there’s still hope for changing the situation for vaping, the FDA e-cig regulations will start to impact the industry very soon. Vaping product manufacturers have until June 30th to register with the FDA, and you’ll also have to submit a list of products, including their labeling and a sampling of marketing materials. It may be nothing compared to submitting the premarket application (estimated to cost between $300,000 and $2 million per product), but it still means a lot of work. So what do

An amendment to a government funding bill that could have saved the vaping industry from it’s imminent destruction was shot down by democrat leaders last week. The Cole-Bishop amendment would have changed the all-important “predicate date” on the FDA e-cig regulations, and in the process, would have meant all vaping devices on the market as of August 8th 2016 would have been “grandfathered” in and allowed to remain on the market. The death of the amendment is bad news for the industry, but there

New Zealand has moved to legalize e-cigarettes with nicotine, pushing aside anti-vaping talking points and putting smokers first. With the new plan to regulate nicotine-containing e-cigarettes, the government is showing its willingness to follow the evidence and help smokers who can’t quit nicotine have full access to reduced harm alternatives. For vapers and smokers in New Zealand, the move is a glimmer of hope in a long-fought battle, and for Australians, it’s an important reminder of the compelling argument for ditching the illogical ban

YA bill is poised to crush the vaping industry in New Jersey. The democrat-backed A3704/S298  intends to ban flavored e-liquid or cartridges that use a “characterizing flavor” other than tobacco, menthol and clove, all under the familiar guise of “protecting the children” from the supposedly evil vaping industry.   But there are a few huge, glaring problems with the proposal:   1) It probably won’t have a noticeable effect on youth vaping. 2) It will seriously impact hundreds of small businesses across the state and lead to many jobs lost. 3)

Black Note is already known for going to extraordinary lengths to produce the best real tobacco vaping liquid in the world, and we’ve likewise gone to great lengths to ensure the world can continue to enjoy it. Black Note is proud to announce we’ve met TPD compliance with the Tobacco Products Directive  for five of our tobacco blends, and we’ve notified 15 European Union member countries accordingly. While TPD regulations are strict, time-consuming, costly, and are likely to push some of the smaller e-liquid

Six months, or 180 days. That’s how long manufacturers and importers of liquid nicotine refill containers have to comply with the new law – or answer to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). Known as the “Child Nicotine Poisoning Prevention Act,” the new law was signed Jan. 28, mandating child-resistant packaging for certain liquid nicotine products. The CPSC is the same entity behind the enforcement of child-resistant packaging on prescription drugs, select over-the-counter medications, cleaning chemicals and other potentially hazardous substances found around the

Although the facts on diacetyl in vape juice are debatable, the evidence still paints a consistent picture: it probably isn’t something you should be inhaling. That’s the plain and simple truth. But the issue for vapers themselves is even less clear. Even if the amounts detected in vapor do pose a risk, the amounts in cigarette smoke are much higher, so switching to vaping is still the safer option. Additionally, we do many things – drinking alcohol, for example – which aren’t completely safe, because

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