Regulatory report: Germany – heated tobacco

No law specifically regulates heated tobacco products, however, according to the Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL), heated tobacco products fall under the definition of a new type of tobacco product, and thus require an authorisation before being placed on the market. This approval also includes the determination of whether it is a smokeless tobacco product or a smoking tobacco product. This report provides a detailed overview of how heated tobacco is regulated, covering all aspects of law from age and product restrictions, to labelling and packaging requirements, advertising laws and taxation and sanctions.

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Table of contents

  1. Executive summary
  2. Regulatory landscape
  3. Heated tobacco regulatory framework
  4. Age restrictions
  5. Product restrictions
  6. Labelling and packaging
  7. Retail channel restrictions
  8. Public usage
  9. Advertising and marketing
  10. Taxation
  11. Enforcement and sanctions
  12. Relevant laws
  13. Relevant bodies

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