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Walmart To Stop Selling Cigarettes in Some Stores

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Walmart To Stop Selling Cigarettes in Some Stores

Walmart To Stop Selling Cigarettes in Some Stores

Walmart To Stop Selling Cigarettes , in Some Stores.

Walmart To Stop Selling Cigarettes , in Some Stores.

'The Wall Street Journal' reports some Walmart stores in Arkansas, California, Florida and New Mexico will stop selling tobacco products.

'The Wall Street Journal' reports some Walmart stores in Arkansas, California, Florida and New Mexico will stop selling tobacco products.

According to 'USA Today,' while the company is not the first retail chain to halt cigarette sales, it is the largest to do so.

According to 'USA Today,' while the company is not the first retail chain to halt cigarette sales, it is the largest to do so.

Target did away with tobacco products in 1996.

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Target did away with tobacco products in 1996.

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CVS Health followed suit in 2014.

CVS Health followed suit in 2014.

According to Walmart, the decision to remove cigarettes at its stores will be made on an individual basis.

According to Walmart, the decision to remove cigarettes at its stores will be made on an individual basis.

We are always looking at ways to meet our customers' needs while still operating an efficient business, Walmart, via statement.

We are always looking at ways to meet our customers' needs while still operating an efficient business, Walmart, via statement.

In 2019, the retailer stopped selling e-cigarettes because of "growing federal, state and local regulatory complexity." .

In 2019, the retailer stopped selling e-cigarettes because of "growing federal, state and local regulatory complexity."


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