As of 2020, the vaping industry in New Zealand is now fully government regulated. If you haven’t been paying close attention, the changes may have been almost too subtle to notice. If you buy your vape gear from a regular retailer like a dairy, you may have noticed that some of the flavours that you used to buy seem to no longer be available. That’s because the new regulations prevent stores that aren’t vape shops from selling e-liquids and e-cigarette cartridges in flavours other than tobacco, mint and menthol.
For vape shops, though, it probably looks like business as usual from the outside since vape shops are still allowed to sell all vaping products and e-liquid flavours. What you may not realize, though, is that the new environment for New Zealand vape shops is anything but busin
One of the things that can really sap the fun out of shopping for anything tech-related is being forced to wade through a sea of unfamiliar terms and jargon. If you’re not a gadget lover, you’ve almost definitely encountered that situation when shopping for vape gear. Make no mistake; the vaping industry is most definitely a tech industry, even if the products that it replaces are some of the world’s oldest agricultural products.
This article will focus on defining and exploring the terms associated with just one aspect of vaping: e-liquid. Although vape juice is just one part of a much larger industry with a huge variety of different products, e-liquid is th
EasyPuff Vapor, a leading New Zealand online vape shop, has announced a series of website and business process modifications intended to ensure the company’s compliance with expected regulatory changes for the vaping industry in New Zealand while also aligning with the company’s goal of better serving the international market.