How COVID-19 has affected the nicotine market, and what happens next

Our managing director, Tim Phillips, recently explained how the nicotine market has been affected by COVID-19 at the Nicotine Cannabis Strategies Europe, which took place online on 10th September.

Tim discussed the impact of both COVID-19 and EVALI on the market – and on Europe in general – as well as other developments from Europe over the course of this year. He also gave an overview of how heated tobacco and nicotine pouches have affected vaping and considered the next steps for the market.

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    This article was written by one of TobaccoIntelligence’s international correspondents. We currently employ more than 40 reporters around the world to cover individual nicotine markets.

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