A former trader in Salford has received a suspended jail sentence and ordered to pay £125k after 55,000 counterfeit items were seized
A survey, carried out by JTI, revealed that 86% of retailer are concerned about the impact of a generational tobacco ban on their business
New research shows more needs to be done to tackle irresponsible vape traders
Seeing other retailers near you flaunting the laws can be frustrating but there are ways to tackle it
Illegal and potentially dangerous tobacco, worth over £100,000, has been seized from retailers in Dewsbury following a joint operation by West Yorkshire Police and West Yorkshire Trading Standards.
The Independent British Vape Trade Association has set out five recommendations to tackle key challenges in the vaping sector
The data was sourced as part of Trading Standards’ Operation Joseph
The firm behind the move wants other suppliers to follow suit
Those found supplying nitrous oxide could face a sentence of up to 14 years
The Independent British Vape Trade Association has called for better enforcement to tackle the glut of illicit products on the market and under-age sales
Retailers believe that a license to sell vapes could be a viable solution to the issue of illicit sales
Retailers are leading the way when it comes to responsibility despite the huge pressure being placed on them, writes James Lowman of the ACS
Phoenix 2 Retail’s Chris Kelly discusses the challenges facing the sector and how retailers can remain responsible
The card can be accessed via a smartphone and used to verify age-related sales
The consultation seeks views on tackling the issue of youth access to vape and tobacco products
Asking for identification can create stressful situations, however there are ways of avoiding conflict.
The tobacco and vape categories are under fire from the PM
The director of a convenience store in Bicester has been ordered to pay over £2500 for selling an e-cigarette to a 15-year-old.