SAN RAFAEL, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 07: Packages of Juul mint flavored e-cigarettes are displayed at San Rafael Smokeshop on November 07, 2019 in San Rafael, California. Juul, a leading e-cigarette company, announced that it is halting sales of their popular mint flavor e-cigarette after the release of two studies that showed a surge in teen use. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

FDA expected to seek more time to evaluate Juul products

The Food and Drug Administration is expected to ask for more time to consider if e-cigarette maker Juul can keep its products on shelves. Reports said the administration has until Thursday to review applications for around 6.5 million products from more than 500 different companies in order to determine if their products are in the interest of public health.