Older than the Coca-Cola, Marlboro and Camel brands.
Smokeless and spitless.
Made from premium tobacco and enjoyed anywhere.
Used under the UPPER lip.
All of the above.
Forever, just like a cigar outside a humidor
Up to a week
Up to a few days
Up to a few hours
True - those guys love the strong stuff
False - I should recommend Mini Mint for those guys
When Mickey Mouse boarded the Starship Enterprise and met Dr. Spock for the first time
In the late 1800s
In the early 1900s, around World War I
In the mid 1900s, around the end of World War II
In the early 1970s
The Vietnam War caused people to rethink what plants they should be smoking
The U.S. Surgeon General issued the first warning regarding the dangers of cigarette smoking
Famous actors in Hollywood, like John Wayne, came out adamantly against cigarette smoking
President John F. Kennedy was a hard core snus user consuming as much as a can a day
True - they were rockin' out some snus back in those days
False - it's impossible to grow ANY tobacco in a country like Sweden!
Licorice flavored powder from the former Soviet Union
A blend of East Indian spices from Sumatra
Citrus flavored oil from the bergamot fruit which is indigenous to the Mediterranean region
Finely ground candy cane sourced from his buddy Santa Claus at the North Pole
People couldn't afford to use snus during The Great Depression due to excessive gambling
Respected industrialists thought taking smoke breaks was a great way to increase productivity
People began consuming jelly beans to calm their nerves
Europeans began to favor cigarettes, the preferred tobacco choice of American soldiers
Democratic Republic of Congo
Utopia - are you kidding, no country could achieve a goal like that in the late 1990s!
True - "up-selling" will increase my sales if I put it into routine practice
False - my customers never trust me to help them save money
Increased legislation and restrictions pertaining to cigarette consumption
The Master Settlement Agreement against major U.S. cigarette manufacturers
Social stigmas associated with more traditional forms of tobacco consumption
Heightened awareness amongst the general population for healthier lifestyles
All of the above
True - I should probably try dedicating more space to a larger chiller for my snus business
False - pound for pound empty cigar boxes are my bread and butter
True - all snus is created equal!
False - only the authentic Swedish snus brands, like General Snus, do that!
True - authentic Swedish snus, like General Snus, is always sold COLD!
False - refrigeration is a marketing gimmick created by the CEO of IKEA over in Sweden
Air-cured tobacco instead of fire-cured tobacco
Steam pasteurized tobacco instead of fermented tobacco
Other ingredients that are approved for the food industry in Sweden
All of the above
True - the Swedes even had a street in Chicago called Snus Boulevard and bartered with snus
False - the only things more traditionally American than moist snuff are Cuban cigars and sushi
Make your store a serious "snus destination" with a large chiller and a wide assortment of fresh General Snus products
Make sure your sales staff are able to articulate the General Snus "story" as well as the unique benefits of the world's #1 selling snus brand
Utilize General Snus coupons when available in your market to make your snus as price competitive as possible for consumers
Suggest to moist snuff customers to enjoy a cleaner alternative by switching to General Snus for two weeks (assuming 2 weeks on average to change a habit)
All of the above
Original portions are always manufactured on the night shift which causes them to be darker
Some consumers simply prefer brownish looking portions so Original aims to keep them happy
Additional moisture is added to the exterior of Original portions. When that moisture seeps through the porous pouch it contacts the tobacco and discolors the pouch
It's because the Original portions are significantly drier than all the other portions