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Oct 7 (Reuters) – Kroger Co said on Monday it would stop selling e-cigarettes at its stores and fuel centers, making it the latest U.S. supermarket chain to take the step amid growing regulatory scrutiny of the product.
The company said it would discontinue sales after selling through its current inventory and cited “mounting questions and increasingly-complex regulatory environment associated with these products” for its decision.
Kroger’s move comes a month after Walmart Inc said it would stop selling e-cigarettes and electronic nicotine delivery…
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