- IONIC Brands recently expressed its position and concerns in the wake of a nationwide health scare involving vape-related illnesses that have sickened hundreds and killed more than a dozen people
- The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has acknowledged that it believes cannabis vapes purchased on the black market are the primary source of the illness cases
- IONIC Brands emphasized in a news release that it abides by applicable laws in states where it operates and that it doesn’t use additives that have become the focus of health officials’ investigation into vaping products
- The company temporarily stopped production in California, citing concerns about insufficient regulation of black market vape products that do contain potentially harmful additives
As concerns about the safety of vaping products have swept the nation without a clear explanation of what is causing vape-related illnesses, vape manufacturers have found themselves searching for answers, much like the consumers who enjoy their products. On September 27, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention acknowledged that the vast majority of the reported vape-related illnesses are linked to cannabis products purchased on the black market instead of from reputable, law-abiding businesses (http://cnw.fm/AFzZ5).
IONIC Brands Corp. (CSE: IONC) (OTC: IONKF) (FRA: IB3) addressed the vaporizer concerns in a news release issued September 26, noting the company’s safety standards, its adherence to applicable laws and its…
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