In February 2012, Ecuador issued regulations requiring pictorial health warnings on all cigarette packages. Effective July 15, 2012, all cigarette packages were required to carry a pictorial warning covering the bottom 60% of the front and back of the package. A series of 6 picture-based warnings are rotated on packages. A new round of 6 warnings are scheduled to appear for one year, starting July 15, 2014.
A single qualitative toxic emission statement is required to appear on 70% of one side panel.
Misleading descriptors including light and mild are prohibited.
2014 to Present**
2013 to 2014**
2012 to 2013**
** The images contained in this gallery are subject to Ecuador copyright laws. Any duplication, reproduction, or use without the express consent of said party is prohibited. Countries should be contacted individually for usage of images.