By Megan R. Wilson - 04/22/13 08:08 PM EDT
Last year, the FDA issued guidance that asked tobacco companies to list the amount of more than 90 “harmful and potentially harmful constituents” in their products. In addition to nicotine, the HPHCs include acetaldehyde, ammonia, arsenic and formaldehyde.
Congress ordered the collection of the information in the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.
-- This post was modified on April 24.