In the past couple of years, vaping has gone from a quirky way of smoking to an “epidemic” of sorts. Young people, who have eschewed regular smoking, took up vaping. After a few high-profile deaths in 2018, none of whom were related to nicotine vaping, the FDA rushed to regulate the vaping industry and apply the same standards to vaping as tobacco products. JUUL, the popular vaping company, was caught in the cross-fire and was acquired by Altria, a tobacco conglomerate. Vaping is still trying to find its future in the face of new regulations and the USPS refusing packages containing vaping products.

In this video, we see the future of vaping and how the industry is developing under the new FDA regulations.