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Clove Cigarettes Speical Case / Box for djarum black

Clove Cigarettes Case / box

Lately from July 2014, all Indonesian cigarettes / clove cigarettes packs were using CANCER image.

This is the new rule from Indonesian Goverment, and all cigarettes manufacturer must apply this system.

If you feel this image is very disturbing / annoying you, we found a good solution that you should use a Clove Cigarettes Case / Box.

We can give you this case for free along with your new purchases, just inform me if you want this and i will replace 2 packs of your order with this Case without additional payment.

Why we must switch 2 packs with this case ? This all for shipment packing reason, we must insert this case into your Clove Cigarettes carton’s order.

Below is the Case / Box picture

Clove Cigarettes Speical Case / Box for djarum black

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Deepest Simpathies for the 2013 Boston Bomb victims…

djarumblackclub.com Personally expressing my deepest simpathies to the 2013 Boston Marathon victims of this senseless violence and to their families.

Our prayers and best wishes for their recovery of those who were injured in the incident.

Two bombs struck near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday, leaving at least 3 people killed and 140 others wounded, with at least 17 of them in critical condition and 25 in serious condition.

The Boston Marathon is an annual celebration of the human spirit: of endurance, friendly competition, and community celebration.

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Are you Deciding to Purchase the Djarum Black Clove Cigarettes from Us?

If you are of the legal age of smoking and is looking forward to order for the clove cigarettes and black cigarettes, then you must know that you can now easily order it from our online store. With three years’ of online store experience and accumulating over more than five thousand customers, we have now become a trusted name in guaranteed service and quality products. It might seem to you that the selling of the clove cigarettes and black cigarettes has been declared as illegal in U.S (united States), just for your information this rules are affect only for U.S seller, we are in Indonesia so the rules didnt affect us, also the customers. We have exporting knowdledge to deliver our clove cigarettes and black cigarettes to the customers all over the world.

Therefore, you need not to worry about purchasing the clove cigarettes and black cigarettes online and getting into trouble. The finest leaves of clovers and tobaccos in Indonesia are processed by the expert hands to prepare the best clove cigarettes and black cigarettes that we sell at our online store. Our customers trust us for which you can easily order your product without worrying about its proper delivery. If you are our regular customer, then we provide you the special offers, price cuts, discounts on your amount of purchase.

You will be able to get different kinds and grades of clove cigarettes and black cigarettes at our online store in wider collections where you can always purchase them at affordable rates. Once you purchase you can easily make payments online and once you confirm your delivery address, we will keep contact with you until your delivery arrives at your destination. You can get the original, quality and fresh clove cigarettes and black cigarettes within prices that have tax free delivery to your place (U.S only), so you get your order at lower prices than other online stores.

Your customer satisfaction is our priority service and we will make sure that you are getting the very best clove cigarettes and black cigarettes of premium quality, brands and freshness. Our world wide shipping authorization, license and insurance prove the reputation of our name. Compared to other clove cigarettes and black cigarettes sellers, we offer the most competitive and affordable prices than any other online store. You can always recommend our quality products and services with your nearest and dearest ones.

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The World Trade Organization on Wednesday dealt a blow to a U.S. law barring the sale of clove-flavored cigarettes to discourage children from smoking, saying it was unfair to Indonesia because menthol cigarettes can still be sold in the United States.

“The United States is very disappointed with the outcome of this dispute,” Nkenge Harmon, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Trade Representative’s Office, said. “The ban on cigarettes with flavors is part of landmark U.S. legislation to combat the public health crisis caused by tobacco products.”

Indonesia, the world’s top producer of clove cigarettes and the source of the vast majority of those smoked in the United States, brought the World Trade Organization case in April 2010.

The U.S. Congress passed legislation during President Barack Obama’s first year in office in 2009 banning the production and sale of cigarettes with flavors such as clove, cinnamon, strawberry or cherry, but not regular or menthol cigarettes.

The WTO appellate body on Wednesday said the ban on clove cigarettes was discriminatory because a similar product, menthol cigarettes, can still be sold in the United States.

Matthew Myers, president of Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, said the WTO “wrongly concluded that a decision by the U.S. Congress on how best to protect America’s children from flavored cigarettes that serve as starter products for youth violates the nation’s trade obligations.”

A California Democrat who played a leading role in passage of the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act, said the decision had “serious public health implications” for U.S. efforts to reduce teen smoking, but vowed the clove cigarette ban would remain.

“I believe the WTO’s interpretation is wrong on the merits and wrong in its interference with our efforts to protect the American public from tobacco’s devastating effects,” Representative Henry Waxman said, noting the U.S. law does not distinguish where cigarettes are made.

Harmon said the U.S. Trade Representative’s Office was examining its options for complying with the ruling.

If the ban remains, Indonesia could impose retaliatory duties on the U.S. exports equal to the amount of trade it has lost, which one analyst estimated at about $16 million per year.

The United States could also comply by offering Indonesia new trade concessions, as it has done in some other disputes where Congress was unwilling to change the law.

Myers urged the Food and Drug Administration to ban menthol cigarettes, noting a scientific advisory committee created by the 2009 law had recommended that more than a year ago.

“The FDA has had more than enough time to determine how to implement the committee’s recommendation,” Myers said. “It is time for the FDA to act.”

That would affect cigarette makers Lorillard Inc, the Philip Morris USA unit of Altria Group, the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. unit of Reynolds American Inc, and Liggett Vector Brands LLC.

Mark McMinimy, a senior policy analyst with Guggenheim Securities, said in a research note that he doubted the Obama administration would take that step.

U.S. trade officials made “forceful arguments” against a ban on menthol cigarettes in their WTO appeal, he said.

It is unlikely the FDA would ban or phase out menthol cigarettes without “the emergence of new and compelling information that indicts this product as a special menace to public health,” McMinimy said.

(Reporting by Tom Miles and Doug Palmer; Editing by John Stonestreet and Jackie Frank)

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Wishing you all

A Very Happy Merry Christmas &  New Year

Hoping you all the happiness and Prosperity

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Djarum Black TEA Clove Cigarettes

Djarum Black TEA Clove Cigarettes Djarum Black Tea Clove Cigarettes Will Be UNAVAILABLE

Djarum Black TEA Clove Cigarettes is experience the unique Tea flavor blend with select clove and tobacco for a refreshing taste. It’s a new excitement in smoking pleasure. With 25 Mg Tar and 1.6 Mg Nicotine, give you the real Tea…

Djarum Black TEA Clove Cigarettes Will be out of order very soons, because Djarum Company cut this djarum black tea clove cigarettes production because of the low volume of sales in Indonesia.

We still have around 20cartons the last stok of djarum black tea, after that you cant find them anywhere…

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Djarum Black Slimz Clove Cigarettes

Djarum Black Slimz Clove Cigarettes Djarum Black Slimz Clove Cigarettes is NO LONGER PRODUCED.

Djarum Black Slimz Clove Cigarettes is out of order at our online site, Started from September 2011.

Djarum Company cut this djarum black slimz production because of the low volume of sales in Indonesia.

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Global Tobacco Giant Pays $494 Million for Bentoel to Expand in a Growing Market

JAKARTA, Indonesia — British American Tobacco PLC paid $494 million for an 85% stake in PT Bentoel Internasional Investama, an Indonesian cigarettes producer, as global tobacco companies look to offset sluggish sales in Western nations through acquisitions in the developing world.

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Packages of Bentoel cigarettes at a shop in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Wednesday.

London-based BAT, the world’s second-largest cigarette producer by sales after Philip Morris International Inc. of the U.S., said Wednesday it hopes to complete a tender offer for the remaining shares by the end of August. The offer is a 20% premium on Bentoel‘s stock price and values the entire company at $580 million.

The purchase is the latest sign of renewed investor interest in Indonesia, the world’s fourth-most-populous nation, which the International Monetary Fund forecasts will achieve between 3% and 4% economic growth in 2009 as solid consumer spending offsets lower exports to the U.S. and Europe. The government expects foreign investment — largely in consumer and resources sectors — to grow 9% this year from $14 billion in 2008.

BAT’s purchase of Bentoel, which has a 7% share of the Indonesian tobacco market, the world’s fifth-largest by volume with 250 billion cigarettes sold annually, brings it into competition with Philip Morris. In 2005, Philip Morris paid $5.2 billion to take over Bentoel rival PT Hanjaya Mandala Sampoerna and has turned the company into the market leader, with a 29% share of local cigarette sales. Cigarette sales in the U.S. and Europe have slowed on heightened concerns over health risks and smoking bans.

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BAT, formed in 1902 as a joint venture between the U.K.’s Imperial Tobacco Co. and the American Tobacco Co. to trade products outside Great Britain and the U.S., today derives about two-thirds of its sales from emerging markets in Asia, Russia, Latin America and Eastern Europe — though Western markets still deliver the bulk of profit because of higher margins.

The company, whose brands include Dunhill, Kent, Lucky Strike and Pall Mall, has failed to build a large following in Indonesia, where 90% of consumers smoke pungent “kretek” cigarettes, produced by companies like Sampoerna and Bentoel from a mixture of cloves and tobacco.

BAT decided the only way to build sizable market share in Indonesia was to take over a kretek maker, said Simon Millson, a Hong Kong-based spokesman for the company. BAT’s existing local unit in Indonesia, which doesn’t sell kretek cigarettes, has a 2% market share.

The main seller to BAT was Rajawali Group, a diversified Indonesian concern that owned 56% of Bentoel. Deutsche Bank AG and UBS AG advised BAT on the Bentoel deal.

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Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff

General Questions and Answers on the Ban of Cigarettes that Contain Certain Characterizing Flavors

This guidance document represents the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) current thinking on this topic. It does not create or confer any rights for or on any person and does not operate to bind FDA or the public. You can use an alternative approach if the approach satisfies the requirements of the applicable statutes and regulations. If you want to discuss an alternative approach, contact the FDA staff responsible for implementing this guidance document. If you cannot identify the appropriate FDA staff, call the appropriate number listed on the title page of this guidance document.

Introduction
The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA), as amended by the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act (FSPTCA), establishes a tobacco standard special rule for cigarettes that is effective on September 22, 2009. This special rule for cigarettes prohibits a cigarette or any of its component parts (including the tobacco, filter, or paper) from containing, as a constituent (including a smoke constituent) or additive, an artificial or natural flavor (other than tobacco or menthol) or an herb or spice, including strawberry, grape, orange, clove, cinnamon, pineapple, vanilla, coconut, licorice, cocoa, chocolate, cherry, or coffee, that is a characterizing flavor of the tobacco product or tobacco smoke. The issues identified in this guidance document represent those that we believe are frequently asked regarding the ban of cigarettes that contain certain characterizing flavors. In developing the guidance document, we carefully considered the relevant statutory criteria regarding the ban.

General Questions and Answers:

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What is the significance of today’s announcement on flavored cigarettes?
Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States, claiming over 400,000 lives each year. An important way to reduce the death and disease caused by smoking is to prevent children and adolescents from starting to smoke. Studies have shown that 17 year old smokers are three times as likely to use flavored cigarettes as are smokers over the age of 25. In addition to being more attractive to young people, flavored products make it easier for new smokers to start smoking by masking the unpleasant flavor of tobacco. Studies have also demonstrated that young people believe that flavored tobacco products are safer than unflavored tobacco products.
Flavored cigarettes are just as addictive and have the same types of harmful effects as regular cigarettes. Removing these flavored products from the market is important because it removes an avenue that young people can use to begin regular tobacco use. Congress specifically enacted the ban on sale of cigarettes and their component parts, such as filters and papers, which contain certain characterizing flavors. The removal from the market of cigarettes that contain certain characterizing flavors is an important step in the Nation’s efforts to reduce the burden of illness and death caused by tobacco products as authorized by the FSPTCA, signed by President Obama on June 22, 2009.

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What products are covered?
Several key definitions in the law define which products are covered.
The ban applies to all tobacco products that meet the definition of a cigarette in section 900(3) of the FDCA even if they are not labeled as cigarettes or are labeled as cigars or as some other product.
Specifically, section 900(3) defines cigarettes as:
‘‘(3) CIGARETTE.—The term ‘cigarette’— ‘‘(A) means a product that— ‘‘(i) is a tobacco product; and ‘‘(ii) meets the definition of the term ‘cigarette’ in section 3(1) of the Federal Cigarette Labeling and Advertising Act; and ‘‘(B) includes tobacco, in any form, that is functional in the product, which, because of its appearance, the type of tobacco used in the filler, or its packaging and labeling, is likely to be offered to, or purchased by, consumers as a cigarette or as roll-your-own tobacco. ‘‘(4) CIGARETTE TOBACCO.—The term ‘cigarette tobacco’ means any product that consists of loose tobacco that is intended for use by consumers in a cigarette. Unless otherwise stated, the requirements applicable to cigarettes under this chapter shall also apply to cigarette tobacco.”
This definition refers to a provision of the Federal Cigarette Labeling and Advertising Act which defines the term ‘cigarette’ as:
“(1) The term “cigarette” means— (A) any roll of tobacco wrapped in paper or in any substance not containing tobacco, and (B) any roll of tobacco wrapped in any substance containing tobacco which, because of its appearance, the type of tobacco used in the filler, or its packaging and labeling, is likely to be offered to, or purchased by, consumers as a cigarette described in subparagraph (A).”

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Does the special rule for cigarettes in section 907(a)(1)(A) of the FDCA, banning cigarettes containing an artificial or natural flavor that is a characterizing flavor, apply to loose tobacco intended to be used in cigarettes or as roll-your-own tobacco?

Yes. The special rule for cigarettes in section 907(a)(1)(A) of the FDCA bans all cigarettes containing an artificial or natural flavor that is a characterizing flavor. Section 900(3) of the FDCA defines “cigarette” as including “tobacco, in any form . . . that is likely to be offered to, or purchased by, consumers as a cigarette or as roll-your-own tobacco.” Loose tobacco intended to be used in cigarettes or as roll-your-own tobacco fits this definition of “cigarette” and therefore may not be flavored with a characterizing flavor.

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Does the special rule for cigarettes in section 907(a)(1)(A) of the FDCA, banning cigarettes containing an artificial or natural flavor that is a characterizing flavor, apply to rolling paper or filters intended for use in roll-your-own cigarettes?
Yes. The special rule for cigarettes in section 907(a)(1)(A) of the FDCA prohibits the component parts of a cigarette (including the filter or paper) from containing an artificial or natural flavor that is a characterizing flavor. Section 900(3) of the FDCA defines “cigarette” as a tobacco product that “meets the definition of the term ‘cigarette’ under section 3(1) of the Federal Cigarette Labeling and Advertising Act,” which states that a cigarette is any wrapped roll of tobacco. A consumer rolled, roll-your-own cigarette is a cigarette under section 900(3) because it is a wrapped roll of tobacco. Rolling paper or filters intended for use in roll-your-own cigarettes are component parts of a rolled, roll-your-own cigarette and therefore may not be flavored with a characterizing flavor.

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Under what, if any, circumstances would FDA consider cigars, including little cigars, to be in violation of the ban in section 907(a)(1) of the FDCA?
The ban applies to all tobacco products with certain characterizing flavors that meet the definition of a “cigarette” in section 900(3) of the FDCA even if they are not labeled as “cigarettes” or are labeled as cigars or as some other product.
We encourage members of the public to submit any information relevant to compliance with the prohibition of cigarettes containing characterizing flavors, including information concerning consumer perception of tobacco products not labeled as cigarettes, but because of their appearance, the type of tobacco used in the filler, or their packaging and labeling, are likely to be offered to, or purchased by, consumers as cigarettes. Please submit any information to Docket No. FDA-2009-N-0294.

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Does the ban apply to bona fide pipe tobacco?
No. The ban does not apply to bona fide pipe tobacco. However, as noted above in question 5, the ban applies to all tobacco products with certain characterizing flavors that meet the definition of a “cigarette” in section 900(3) of the FDCA. The definition of a “cigarette” includes “tobacco, in any form, that is functional in the product, which, because of its appearance, the type of tobacco used in the filler, or its packaging and labeling, is likely to be offered to, or purchased by, consumers as a cigarette or as roll-your-own tobacco.”
We encourage members of the public to submit any information relevant to compliance with the ban of cigarettes containing characterizing flavors regarding any tobacco product that may meet the definition of a “cigarette.” Please submit any information to Docket No. FDA-2009-N-0294.
Contains Nonbinding Recommendations

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How will this ban be enforced?
As of September 22, 2009, cigarettes and their component parts that contain characterizing flavors (other than tobacco or menthol) or an herb or spice are illegal. FDA has a range of enforcement and regulatory tools to address violations of the ban by, among others, manufacturers, importers, distributors, and retailers. Before taking enforcement action, it is the agency’s general practice to issue Warning Letters to firms to notify them that they or their products are in violation of the law and to give them the opportunity to come into compliance. As always, when circumstances are appropriate, FDA may take enforcement action to protect the public health without first issuing a Warning Letter.

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Will FDA provide a comprehensive list of products that are illegal?
No. All products that meet the description in section 907(a)(1)(A) of the FDCA below are banned. Section 907(a)(1)(A) states:
“…a cigarette or any of its component parts (including the tobacco, filter, or paper) shall not contain, as a constituent (including a smoke constituent) or additive, an artificial or natural flavor (other than tobacco or menthol) or an herb or spice, including strawberry, grape, orange, clove, cinnamon, pineapple, vanilla, coconut, licorice, cocoa, chocolate, cherry, or coffee, that is a characterizing flavor of the tobacco product or tobacco smoke.”
The agency plans to make available Warning Letters it has issued and information about enforcement actions it has taken to notify the public about violative products.

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FDA’s Flavored Cigarette Ban Kicks In

Fruit, candy, clove products affected, but not menthol…yet

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) said that the ban on flavored cigarettes went into effect September 22. The ban, which affects cigarettes with flavors characterized as fruit, candy or clove, was authorized by the new Family Smoking Prevention & Tobacco Control Act.

The FDA is also examining options for regulating both menthol cigarettes and flavored tobacco products other than cigarettes, it said.

“Almost 90% of adult smokers start smoking as teenagers. These flavored cigarettes are a gateway for many children and young adults to become regular smokers,” said FDA Commissioner Margaret A. Hamburg, M.D. “The FDA will utilize regulatory authority to reduce the burden of illness and death caused by tobacco products to enhance our nation’s public health.”

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Assistant Secretary for Health Howard K. Koh, M.D., M.P.H., said, “The FDA’s ban on these cigarettes will break that cycle for the more than 3,600 young people who start smoking daily.”

The FDA is taking several steps to enforce the ban. A letter recently sent to the tobacco industry provided information about the law, and explained that any company who continues to make, ship or sell such products may be subject to FDA enforcement actions.

The FDA has also made available an advisory to parents on the risks associated with flavored tobacco products.

Officials are encouraging consumers to notify authorities of any potential violations of the ban, reported the Associated Press.

Executives from leading health groups urged the FDA last month to take a closer look at alleged attempts to sidestep the ban by making superficial changes that turn a cigarette into a small cigar in order to keep selling flavored products.

In June, President Barack Obama signed the law that allows the FDA regulate the industry. Its authority includes the ability to ban certain products, reduce nicotine in tobacco products and block labels such “low tar” and “light.” Tobacco companies also will be required to cover their cartons with large, graphic warnings. The law won’t let the FDA ban nicotine or tobacco outright, but the agency will be able to regulate what goes into tobacco products, make public the ingredients and prohibit marketing campaigns, especially those geared toward children.

Richmond, Va.-based Altria Group Inc., owner of market-leading Philip Morris USA, supported the legislation, while its chief rivals—No. 2 Reynolds American Inc. and No. 3 Lorillard Inc., both based in North Carolina—opposed it. The latter two have joined in a lawsuit with other smaller tobacco companies challenging specific marketing regulations of the law.

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