Fliq Vapor has received and acceptance and filing letter for its premarket tobacco product application (PMTA). The company submitted the PMTA to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its Fliq XL prefilled disposable system with PachaMama e-liquids.
In an email to Vapor Voice, Fliq Vapor CEO Jimmy Arazi wrote that Fliq Vapor “has indeed submitted a compliant PMTA along with the associated Tobacco Master File (TPMF) files in a timely manner prior to the September 9, 2020 deadline.” The application was more than 75,000 pages.
“Fliq Vapor has retained an FDA registered analytical laboratory, who have performed a complete analysis on the Fliq XL product(s) and will secure the required laboratory testing, including for pharmacokinetics, harmful and potentially harmful constituents (HPHC), and product stability and provide the results to Fliq Vapor and the FDA,” he wrote.
Fliq submitted the PMTAs for eight flavors of prefilled disposable devices with Pachamama e-liquid brand that is owned by Charlie’s Chalk Dust. Manufactured in the U.S., Charlies also submitted PMTAs for PachaMama e-liquids. The flavors include: Ice cherry limeade, Ice peach, Ice blue razz, Ice kool melon, ice pear apple, Grapple berry, tobacco And menthol.