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This is not the first time Walmart has taken steps to control the underage use of e-cigarettes. In May, the retail giant announced it would be raising the minimum age for tobacco products to 21 and was in the process of discontinuing the sale of fruit- and dessert-flavored e-cigarettes, according to media reports. (Credit: Jonathan Weiss/Shutterstock) This is not the first time Walmart has taken steps to control the underage use of e-cigarettes. In May, the retail giant announced it would be raising the minimum age for tobacco products to 21 and was in the process of discontinuing the sale of fruit- and dessert-flavored e-cigarettes, according to media reports. (Credit: Jonathan Weiss/Shutterstock)

Citing regulatory challenges at the state and federal level, Walmart Inc. announced in an internal memo that it will be discontinuing the sale of e-cigarettes and vaping products.

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