3 Shocking Secrets Tobacco Companies Are Hiding From You
For as long as they have been around tobacco companies have been looking for unethical ways to get new smokers and keep existing smokers hooked on there deadly addictive products. From big tobacco's 1950 ads paying doctors nice sums of money to say on commercials that they smoke for there health, to unethical practices today of suppressing and discrediting homeopathic products which could really help many people quit smoking potentially saving millions of lives from this epidemic. This article will look at some of the unethical practices used in the past as well as today, and attempt to shed some light on alternative products currently being suppressed by big tobacco.
Trend Spotters Cite Cigarillo Appeal
For much of the twentieth century, cigar makers had to compete with cigarette companies for a steadily-dwindling proportion of smokers? buck
With the late-nineteenth-century invention of cigarette-rolling machines--which decreased the cost of cigarette production and allowed cigarette makers to offer cheaper prices--a long, and for cigar makers draining, competition between the two parallel industries began