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According to the latest US e-cigarette Nielsen channel statistics, e-cigarette sales may be slightly affected by the epidemic and supervision, and JUUL is still the number one brand. According to Nielsen鈥檚 statistics on its channel data, the overall sales of mainstream e-cigarette products in the United States (determined in US dollars) fell by 12.8% year-on-year in the four weeks as of May 2, but the cumulative sales for the whole year remained unchanged. A year-on-year increase of 16.3%. According to monthly data, Juul has 64.3% market share, British American Tobacco's e-cigarette Vuse has 15.8% market share, ranking second, followed by NJoy (11.6%) and Imperial Tobacco's e-cigarette blu eCigs (4%). In general, American downstream brands have tended to be highly centralized, with CR3 exceeding 90%. (Note: Nielsen's statistics forecast the sales of major retail stores, and does not represent the actual total sales.) Sales fell slightly year-on-year, and JUUL's market share reached 60%. According to Nielsen鈥檚 statistics on its channel data, the overall sales of mainstream e-cigarette products in the United States (determined in US dollars) fell by 12.8% year-on-year in the four weeks as of May 2, but the cumulative sales for the whole year remained unchanged. A year-on-year increase of 16.3%. According to monthly data, Juul has 64.3% market share, British American Tobacco's e-cigarette Vuse has 15.8% market share, ranking second, followed by NJoy (11.6%) and Imperial Tobacco's e-cigarette blu eCigs (4%). In general, American downstream brands have tended to be highly centralized, with CR3 exceeding 90%. (Note: Nielsen's statistics forecast the sales of major retail stores, and does not represent the actual total sales)U.S. e-cigarette data for April: Juul鈥檚 share of 64%, Vuse鈥檚 share of 16%

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U.S. e-cigarette data for April: Juul鈥檚 share of 64%, Vuse鈥檚 share of 16%

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U.S. e-cigarette data for April: Juul鈥檚 share of 64%, Vuse鈥檚 share of 16%

U.S. e-cigarette data for April: Juul鈥檚 share of 64%, Vuse鈥檚 share of 16%

According to the latest US e-cigarette Nielsen channel statistics, e-cigarette sales may be slightly affected by the epidemic and supervision, and JUUL is still the number one brand. According to Nielsen鈥檚 statistics on its channel data, the overall sales of mainstream e-cigarette products in the United States (determined in US dollars) fell by 12.8% year-on-year in the four weeks as of May 2, but the cumulative sales for the whole year remained unchanged. A year-on-year increase of 16.3%. According to monthly data, Juul has 64.3% market share, British American Tobacco's e-cigarette Vuse has 15.8% market share, ranking second, followed by NJoy (11.6%) and Imperial Tobacco's e-cigarette blu eCigs (4%). In general, American downstream brands have tended to be highly centralized, with CR3 exceeding 90%. (Note: Nielsen's statistics forecast the sales of major retail stores, and does not represent the actual total sales.) Sales fell slightly year-on-year, and JUUL's market share reached 60%. According to Nielsen鈥檚 statistics on its channel data, the overall sales of mainstream e-cigarette products in the United States (determined in US dollars) fell by 12.8% year-on-year in the four weeks as of May 2, but the cumulative sales for the whole year remained unchanged. A year-on-year increase of 16.3%. According to monthly data, Juul has 64.3% market share, British American Tobacco's e-cigarette Vuse has 15.8% market share, ranking second, followed by NJoy (11.6%) and Imperial Tobacco's e-cigarette blu eCigs (4%). In general, American downstream brands have tended to be highly centralized, with CR3 exceeding 90%. (Note: Nielsen's statistics forecast the sales of major retail stores, and does not represent the actual total sales)

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According to the latest US e-cigarette Nielsen channel statistics, e-cigarette sales may be slightly affected by the epidemic and supervision, and JUUL is still the number one brand. According to Nielsen鈥檚 statistics on its channel data, the overall sales of mainstream e-cigarette products in the United States (determined in US dollars) fell by 12.8% year-on-year in the four weeks as of May 2, but the cumulative sales for the whole year remained unchanged. A year-on-year increase of 16.3%. According to monthly data, Juul has 64.3% market share, British American Tobacco's e-cigarette Vuse has 15.8% market share, ranking second, followed by NJoy (11.6%) and Imperial Tobacco's e-cigarette blu eCigs (4%). In general, American downstream brands have tended to be highly centralized, with CR3 exceeding 90%. (Note: Nielsen's statistics forecast the sales of major retail stores, and does not represent the actual total sales.) Sales fell slightly year-on-year, and JUUL's market share reached 60%. According to Nielsen鈥檚 statistics on its channel data, the overall sales of mainstream e-cigarette products in the United States (determined in US dollars) fell by 12.8% year-on-year in the four weeks as of May 2, but the cumulative sales for the whole year remained unchanged. A year-on-year increase of 16.3%. According to monthly data, Juul has 64.3% market share, British American Tobacco's e-cigarette Vuse has 15.8% market share, ranking second, followed by NJoy (11.6%) and Imperial Tobacco's e-cigarette blu eCigs (4%). In general, American downstream brands have tended to be highly centralized, with CR3 exceeding 90%. (Note: Nielsen's statistics forecast the sales of major retail stores, and does not represent the actual total sales)

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U.S. e-cigarette data for April: Juul鈥檚 share of 64%, Vuse鈥檚 share of 16%

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