35% Convenience Store Owners May Stop Selling Paper Cigarettes and Choose Tobacco-free Alternatives


64% of smokers said that convenience stores were suitable places to provide smokeless product suggestions to smokers.

According to reports, a recent British research survey found that 35% of convenience store owners in the UK may stop selling cigarettes and choose tobacco-free alternatives. E cigarettes.

This study was commissioned by Philip Morris International. In this study, more than 1400 convenience store owners and 1000 former smokers were surveyed. Research shows that convenience stores play an important role in smokers. 64% of smokers said that convenience stores are suitable places to provide smoke-free product suggestions to smokers.

Post time: Jul-27-2022