I have bad news about one of the few remaining workarounds to access Juul's beloved mango pods.
As early as 2018, Juul pulled all of his best pod flavors from sales in brick and mortar stores before finally pulling ] out of online sales last year , But flavors beyond menthol and tobacco were still on sale in Canada, which means that if you really wanted really mango or cucumber pods – and who could blame you – you could theoretically still get them there , (Or ask your Canadian friend to help you with a package.) But no more. Juul has announced that it will temporarily stop producing its mango, cucumber, fruit, and vanilla flavors in Canada, and cites an "ongoing review of business practices."
"JUUL Labs focuses on the trust of each country's stakeholders. What we are doing to reset the ENDS category, win the trust of society, and work with regulators, policy makers, and stakeholders," said a Juul spokesman in a statement to Gizmodo. "The leadership team will continue to review JUUL Labs' global policies and practices and take appropriate action as the company takes action against minors and preserves the historic opportunity to free adult smokers of flammable cigarettes."
Canada was not the only remaining option for the purchase of the flavored pods, which had been banned since then. For example, Vice reported in November that some New York City bodegas were still selling their flavored pod stocks – although with the recently enforced restrictions on the sale of flavored pods overall, this is likely to be much more difficult to achieve. With regard to Canada, an option for acquiring Juul pods with real taste is still stunned.
Juul, once the favorite of the assignment devices, is currently also suffering from a number of PR crises related to his products as their use in children and adolescents. The problem is so bad that the federal government has banned both fruity pod flavors from sales in the United States and raised the legal age for tobacco products from 18 to 21. was sued to the left and right and an investigation of the company by the federal government revealed that 2,600 complaints about health effects had been submitted due to a FOIA application by Bloomberg .
In other words, don't expect these delicious, fruity pods to be on sale again soon.