Juul to identify minors that are vaping

More than 2.1 million young people in America smoked e-cigarettes in 2017, the Food and Drug Administration reported, a market that Juul dominates with more than 70 per cent market share ,

The move comes as Juul’s sleek e-cigarette, which looks like a USB, has been at the centre of media controversy this year with headlines and anti-vaping groups accusing it of getting a whole generation of teenagers and young people addicted to nicotine. Simply by Bluetooth-linked vape which can detect if it’s being used by a minor.

It has also been criticized by health and school officials who claim its not just it’s pocket-sized design which entices 15 to 24 year olds who make up the bulk of its demographic, but its range of fruit and candy flavors.

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