Natural American Spirit Rolling Tobacco

Tobacco is grown on less than one percent of the world’s agricultural land, and on a wide variety of soils and climates. Since the 1960s, the bulk of production has moved from the Americas to Africa and Asia: land devoted to tobacco growing has been halved in the USA, Canada and Mexico, but has almost doubled in China, Malawi and United Republic of Tanzania...

There are millions of tobacco farmers worldwide. The tobacco
industry exploits them by contributing to their debt burden, while using their economic plight to argue against efforts to control tobacco. In the USA, the bond between the tobacco industry and the tobacco farmer finally is beginning to break down, and partnerships are developing between the farmers and the
public health community. - World Health Organization

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