ADACT was one of the founders of Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) compliance testing for the vaping industry in 2015. Today, we are one of the largest providers of TPD (aka TRPR) consultancy services in the UK, Europe and USA.
Currently, there is no regulated standard for TPD/TRPR testing beyond the need to validate your test. We have done so and exceeded this standard with ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accreditation.
As sales of 10ml bottles start to climb in the UK, lots of our clients are refreshing their 10ml ranges. In some cases, they are even re-launching them after being off the market for some time.
As we have helped companies with their TPD compliance, there is one common mistake we have seen. If you are reviewing your 10ml ranges, beware of tripping up over this simple blunder. When a 10ml product is sold exclusively in a box, the box is the unit pack and must have the warning. The TPD warning must be 30% of the front and back panels. The bottle inside does not need this, freeing up valuable space for branding. If you have any questions about 10ml packaging regs or would like to speak to our friendly, expert team about labelling or packaging, please get in touch with ADACT Medical today.
We are all aware of the restrictions surrounding TPD regs when it comes to big puff disposable vapes. However, many manufacturers are cleverly making their way into the UK, working with and within the current regulations. If you are planning to bring a big puff disposable vape to market in the UK, make sure you stay TPD compliant. Our friendly ADACT Medical team have been working with the TPD regs since 2015 and have unequalled expertise in the field. Get in touch with them if need support or advice on this.
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