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Finland: heated tobacco regulation, December 2023

The cornerstone of the Finnish vaping regulation – the Tobacco Act –  regulates heated tobacco products in terms of product, labelling, notification, sales, public usage and marketing requirements.

A heated tobacco product means a new tobacco product that, when heated, emits emissions containing nicotine and other chemicals for the user to inhale and which, depending on its characteristics, is a smokeless tobacco product or a tobacco product intended for smoking. The National Supervisory Authority for Welfare and Health (Valvira) told TobaccoIntelligence that the manufacturer or importer of a heated tobacco product (HTP) is responsible for assessing to which category it belongs.

This report provides detailed analysis of the current regulatory framework in place for heated tobacco and herbal heated products in Finland, covering all policy areas.

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Dmytro Korchahin

Senior legal analyst
Dmytro holds a masters degree in International and European Union Law from Vilnius University, Lithuania. He also has a masters in law from the Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University, Ukraine and in the management of foreign economic activity from V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine. He started his PhD studies in EU environmental law at Vilnius University in 2021.

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