Cigarette packs to be sold in standardised plain packaging in Singapore from July 1, 2020


Cigarette packaging will not be allowed to show logos, colours, images or other promotional information associated with the tobacco brand. Product and brand names will be allowed in a standardised font style and colour similar to the illustration above. - Singapore Ministry of Health

SINGAPORE (ANN): Tobacco products sold in Singapore must have standardised packaging and enlarged graphic health warnings from July 1 2020, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said in a statement Monday (July 1).

The changes will apply to all tobacco products, including cigarettes, cigarillos, cigars, beedies, ang hoon and other roll-your-own tobacco products.

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