Vapouriz has called on the government to enforce higher standards on manufacturers of ‘short fill’ e-liquids.
Ben Mison, head of sales at the vaping brand, told RN: “Short fills aren’t regulated, so you don’t know what ingredients are being added.”
Short fills do not contain nicotine, but are usually sold with a high- strength nicotine ‘shot’ to be mixed in. This means the short fills evade quality and size restrictions.
“We support regulation because, at the moment, anyone can make anything and sell it,” Mison added.
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