In New Zealand, e-cigarette retailers are allowed to sell the product, which is considered tobacco, to smokers.
The products can also be used as a substitute for smoking.
The product is available at almost any e-liquid retailer, including some in Auckland, and at most major supermarket chains.
It can also have a shelf life of up to six months, but some brands of e-cig batteries last up to a year.
New Zealand has the highest number of smokers in the world, with over 15 per cent of the population.
In 2014, nearly 10 per cent were using e-cigs.
According to data compiled by the Department of Health, e_cigarette sales have increased by more than 100 per cent in Auckland since the start of 2017, from a total of just over 500 products in 2014 to 2,859 in 2017.
It is not just New Zealand that is experiencing an explosion in the number of e‐cigarettes sold.
The United States saw a 300 per cent increase in sales in 2017 alone, and the number is expected to rise even further.
This is due to a series of anti-smoking laws that have been passed in the US, including the recent enactment of the Tobacco Control Act.
This has resulted in an increase in the quantity of products sold, with e-Cigarette brands now being available in almost every store, as well as in e-liquids, gum and other forms of e cigarette.
With the launch of e Cigarette, the Government is working with the retailers to make e-smoking easier to buy, and has also encouraged other countries to adopt the same policies.
While the Government believes e-tobacco products can be used safely for personal and medicinal use, the public is not yet aware of the dangers of e cigarettes.
New York City is one of the most smoke-free cities in the United States, but the city’s ban on the sale of e cigs was implemented in December 2017, after more than 50,000 people signed a petition.
In March 2018, a petition led by the New York Police Department was sent to the US Department of Justice, urging the agency to revoke New York’s ban.
The Department of the Treasury’s Office of Public Affairs has also released a statement in support of the City of New York, saying that the use of e tobacco is not harmful.
The American Lung Association has also criticised New York and other cities for not allowing the sale and use of products containing nicotine, including e cigarettes, for people over the age of 18.
While New Zealand is experiencing a boom in the availability of e smoke products, the e cig industry is still a small part of the overall market, and is not growing as fast as the other tobacco products.
The average nicotine content in a product sold in the country is less than 0.05 per cent.
This means the products are relatively safe, but are not as effective as tobacco cigarettes.
In 2018, New Zealand’s Ministry of Health reported that e cigarette use was up to 60 per cent higher than the previous year.
In 2016, the country had the third highest number in the European Union of smokers aged over 65, according to Eurostat.
It said that smoking was down from a peak of nearly 3 million people in 2011.
There is currently no official number for New Zealand e cig sales, although there have been reports of e‑cigarette sales reaching up to 1,000 units per day.