Smoking or vaping: the revolution in tobacco and nicotine consumption
Frédéric Sautet, March 2015
Long denigrated and accused of every imaginable evil, the tobacco market is undergoing a renaissance with innovations that can change consumers’ habits — and health. Electronic cigarettes — or “e‐cigs” — first appeared in 2007 and have seen growing success in France and worldwide. Together with other substitutes, such as heatable tobacco products, they now offer credible alternatives to tobacco.
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