Ministry of Public Health Notice (No. 15, 2011) of Rules, Procedures, and Conditions for the Display of Words or Statements that Might Cause Misunderstanding or Encourage Consumption on the Labels of Cigarettes, Cigars, Loose Tobacco, or Flavored Loose Tobacco Governed by the Tobacco Products Control Act of 1992

21 Dec, 2011

COMMENTS: The Ministry of Public Health Notice (No. 15, 2011) prohibits the use of words and statements on tobacco product packaging that may be misleading. Specifically, the Notice prohibits words or statements that might cause consumers to believe that certain tobacco products are less dangerous than others. In addition, words or statements that may encourage consumption are prohibited. This Notice expands upon the words and statements that were prohibited under the previous notice passed in 2006.

To the best of our knowledge, all laws provided here are in effect as of June 15, 2024 unless otherwise noted.