For any multinational, the key to success is the inclusion of local people in order to achieve the best results. Pakistan Tobacco Company (PTC) – the largest manufacturer of cigarettes in the country – decided to promote tobacco in Pakistan and Punjab farmers take on board in an attempt to enhance its image as a promoter of localization. Read more

Tobacco News » 2013 » March

Tobacco News

Home » 2013 » March

‘Rolling up “to serve: Pakistan tobacco is to expand by localization

March 27th, 2013 Posted in Tobacco news Tags: ,

For any multinational, the key to success is the inclusion of local people in order to achieve the best results. Pakistan Tobacco Company (PTC) – the largest manufacturer of cigarettes in the country – decided to promote tobacco in Pakistan and Punjab farmers take on board in an attempt to enhance its image as a promoter of localization. Read more

Comments Off on ‘Rolling up “to serve: Pakistan tobacco is to expand by localization

Family Sports Center is now a tobacco-free

March 20th, 2013 Posted in Tobacco news Tags:

Home to the Blue Chip sports leagues; Family Sports Center in West Lafayette adds no tobacco policy to maintain their active members are healthy.
“This is a big push to create the right environment,” said DuShaun Goings, program director of Tippecanoe youth center, which is located at the Center for Family Sports. Read more

Comments Off on Family Sports Center is now a tobacco-free

Parkland considering a tobacco-free campus

March 14th, 2013 Posted in Tobacco control, Tobacco industry, Tobacco news

As a nation embraces a healthy lifestyle trends, Parkland College Student Government, a health center, Parkland United Student Health and the Office of Student Life are working together to develop proposals for a tobacco-free policy.
Health experts around the world to collect more information to confirm that passive smoking can have a negative impact on human health.
The report to the surgeon, he said that no amount of secondhand smoke is safe. Center for Disease Control adds that even brief exposures can be harmful to health. Read more

Comments Off on Parkland considering a tobacco-free campus

Rising e-cigarette sales spur call for regulations

The anti-smoking groups are renewing pressure on federal regulators to examine the electronic cigarettes safety.
The American Cancer Society Network want to investigate the FDA how the device work, what kind of ingredients they have and the potential effects they could have on users. The request comes after the study release by the Disease Control Center that found adult use of electronic cigarettes increase by 88% from 2010 to 2011. Read more

Comments Off on Rising e-cigarette sales spur call for regulations