JAPAN Tobacco Inc has launched a new cigarette line: testing Camel Nutty Lights in the country's southern Fukuoka prefecture this July. The launch follows on from the success of Camel Menthol - released in Miyagi prefecture north of Tokyo in October 2006 and across Japan in March 2007. "Seeing positive responses from consumers, the launch of non-menthol D-spec reduced odour variant Camel Nutty Lights will help Japan Tobacco Inc to further expand its portfolio of premium products sold at Yen 320 (USD$2.90) per pack of 20 ...

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