The makers of e-cigarettes will not sell their products to retailers, according to a new study.
The researchers from the University of Illinois-Chicago conducted a series of studies with cigarette companies that sought to understand whether they would be able to sell e-cigarette products in retail stores.
The research was conducted with research companies such as Enercare and Lorillard Tobacco, as well as retailers such as Costco, Walgreens, Kroger, and Wal-Mart.
They concluded that there was no evidence that e-cig companies would be unable to sell their product to retailers.
Instead, the researchers said they found that retailers could purchase the products online.
The study also showed that retailers were willing to pay more for e-cigs than consumers.
According to the researchers, retailers were paying a premium for the e-liquid and more for the packaging.
This could mean that e ‘cigarettes are more attractive to retailers than other tobacco products, said study author Jonathan Weisman, a professor of economics at the University at Buffalo.
But the researchers noted that the studies were limited in scope, so it was impossible to conclude whether the e ‘cigarette companies would actually make money off the e cigs.
“We can’t say for sure whether e- cigarettes would sell, but we do know that there are a lot of retailers that will not carry these products,” Weisman said.
The University of California-Davis researchers also found that e cigarettes were more expensive than tobacco cigarettes.
The findings were based on e-juice samples, which contain nicotine and are often made from liquid tobacco that is heated.
According a press release, the study concluded that e cig products are less expensive to produce than tobacco and could be a valuable alternative to cigarettes.
While the researchers did not provide a specific price point for the products, the press release said the price difference between e-liquids and tobacco cigarettes was about a dollar per pack.
It is not clear if this was a one-off finding, or if e cig companies would find it more lucrative to sell the products to consumers online.
E-cigarette manufacturers and retailers have struggled to develop the product, which have largely remained in the realm of hobbyist experimentation and experimentation by teens and young adults.
While research is needed to find a viable alternative to smoking, Weisman noted that he believes the industry has a chance.
“This study shows that retailers are willing to buy e-migs, which are a more affordable alternative to tobacco cigarettes, which is not really what the public is asking for,” he said.