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Cub Foods stops selling vaporizers, also asks customers to not open-carry

Cub Foods stops selling vaporizers, also asks customers to not open-carry Photo: MGN

Updated: October 12, 2019 11:44 PM

Cub Foods has announced they will stop selling E-cigarettes and vaporizers in their stores. They have also announced that they will ask customers to not open-carry in their stores with the exception of law enforcement officials. 

In a tweet announcing the policy, Cub Foods stated that they will stop selling E-cigarettes and vaporizers due to the increasing questions surrounding those products from the health community. 

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Cub Foods went on to announce that while Minnesota is an open-carry state, they will ask customers to not open-carry in their stores due to customers concerns following the recent tragic events throughout the country. 

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