Tobacco-free snus is made up of a sachet filled with various ingredients and nicotine. The sachet is intended to be placed under the lip in order to deliver nicotine that will be absorbed via the user’s gums. The main difference between tobacco-free and classic snus is that the latter contains tobacco. Tobacco pouches (snus) are banned throughout the EU except in Sweden. However, there is no EU-level regulation of pouches that contain nicotine but not tobacco – and they are the subject of this report. It will cover the EUs current position on this type of product, and then cover possible future scenarios for regulation.