With health care professionals and government agencies still concerned about the effects of vaping, one company is changing up which products they offer to Canadians. Juul's fruit flavoured pods won't be sold in Canada anymore after a temporary halt in production. Other Juul products and flavours will still be available here even once flavoured pods are no longer sold.\nAs of January 15, Juul has stopped the production of some of its flavoured products, including the mango, vanilla, fruit and cucumber ones.\nBecause of this move, new stocks of those items won't be available for purchase in Canada.\nHowever, the company won't be pulling the flavoured vaping packets that are already stocked on store shelves. So if distributors and retailers still have those products in stock, they'll be sold until there are none left.\nAfter that, the pods won't be restocked because no new ones are being made.\nIn a letter to retailers and distributors, Juul's president Michael Nederhoff said that the company is interested in "resetting the vaping category, [and] earning the trust of society."\nThough they won't stop the production and selling of the mint flavoured pods or the tobacco ones.\nView this post on Instagram O JUUL Labs foi fundado com o objetivo de melhorar as vidas de um bilhão de fumantes adultos do mundo, fornecendo-lhes uma alternativa de vapor fácil de usar para os cigarros combustíveis, contendo um nível similar de nicotina para tornar a troca o mais fácil possível 💨 . . . ✅ Produto 100% original 💰*Melhor preço do mercado* 📩 Pedidos via direct ✈️ Enviamos p todo Brasil mais informações @triplice_shop #juul #juulpods #juulstarterkit #vaperbr #juicebr #vapeshop #juice #vaper #fumaça #lifestyle #PodSystem #Vape #Vaper #vapefamily #vapenation #vapefam #vaper #VapeOn #vapestore #solovapers #solovapor #liquidsolo A post shared by TRIPLICE VAPESHOP 💨 (@triplice_shop) on Jan 12, 2020 at 8:50pm PST\nAccording to the Financial Post, the decision to stop selling these products in Canada comes after it removed flavoured products like mango, cucumber, fruit and creme from the U.S. over the last two years.\nNorth of the border, Health Canada is considering having stricter regulations on vaping products after people claimed the rules surrounding the industry don't go far enough.\nThe government agency issued its first serious warning about the habit in September 2019.\nView this post on Instagram Kapalı ortamda bile içebileceğiniz juul çeşitleri stokta 🔥 #juul #juulpods #juulistanbul #juultricks #juulmemes #juulnation #kadıköy #maltepe #istanbul #üsküdar #şişli #mecidiyeköy #maslak #bakırköy #beylikdüzü #merter #eyüp #levent #zincirlikuyu #cevahiravm #marmarapark A post shared by JUUL (@juul_avrupayakasi_) on Jan 14, 2020 at 11:46am PST\nCanadian provinces have also taken their own measures when it comes to rules and regulations.\nIn Ontario, a ban on the promotion of vaping products in gas stations and convenience stores came into effect on January 1 in a move to keep the products away from young people.\nNova Scotia completely banned flavoured e-cigarettes and juices across the province which will come into effect on April 1.\nThat ban is also meant to keep these kinds of products away from young people who might be enticed by the flavours.\nHowever, the federal government hasn't banned flavoured vaping products.\nJuul's flavoured pods might not be off the shelves forever though.\nNederhoff said in letter that Juul will consider re-introducing them "under the guidance and regulation of Health Canada."