FDA-commissioner Scott Gottlieb announced that most flavored e-cigarette liquids would be banned from stores unless they have stringent age-verification measures in place. Fruity and creamy flavors appeal to children will disappear from open convenience store shelves. Users will have to enter specialized vaping shops or tobacco stores to get flavors other than mint, menthol and tobacco. Other stores can sell additional flavors but only if they have separate, age-controlled rooms dedicated to their sale. Web sales, too, will require more extensive age-checking measures.
But more and more communities (e.g. San Francisco) have argued that fruit, dessert, tropical and candy e-liquid and nicotine salt flavors encourage underage vaping  and have proposed and/or passed bans on all flavored tobacco products.