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Juul Suspends Sale of Most E-Cigarette Flavors in U.S.

It will continue selling mint, menthol and tobacco flavor pods in stores and online.

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Juul Labs Inc., the largest e-cigarette maker in the U.S., is suspending sales of most nicotine pod flavors nationwide, bending to pressure from officials and the public who said sugary flavors were hooking teens.

Fruit and dessert flavors, which the company was selling to people over 21 through its website, are no longer available in the U.S. pending a review by the Food and Drug Administration, Juul said. It will continue selling mint, menthol and tobacco flavor pods in stores and online.