As predicted, the US Food and Drug Administration has ordered popular e-cigarette maker JUUL off the US market.

The JUUL device will no longer be sold in the US going forward. There was a ban on the sale of sweet and fruit-flavored e-cigarettes in early 2020.

"Today's action is further progress on the FDA's commitment to ensure that all e-cigarette and electronic nicotine delivery system products currently being marketed to consumers meet our public health standards," said FDA commissioner Robert Califf.

There may have been a lot of children hooked on nicotine.

Califf said that many have played a disproportionate role in the rise in youth vaping.

According to the statement, the regulators found that the applications for premarket tobacco products didn't have enough evidence to show that they were appropriate for the protection of the public health.

There was insufficient and conflicting data that led the FDA to conclude that there were potentially harmful chemicals in the products.

The FDA's Center for Tobacco Products had the opportunity to provide evidence that the marketing of their products met the standards. The company left us with a lot of unanswered questions.

The FDA will have to enforce new nicotine rules if the Biden administration has its way.

According to the FDA, the goal of the rule is to reduce youth use, addiction and death.

The FDA's decision to allow the e-cigarette maker's biggest competitors to flourish will affect the overall sales of the product.

The FDA has banned e-cigarettes in the US.

According to reports, the FDA is about to shut down.