BAT Brasil is transparent in relation to the composition of their products, using the best ingredients available in the market
BAT Brasil complies strictly with all provisions of the National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa), which imposes a series of restrictions on the manufacture of their products. Thus, their cigarettes are basically made of three elements: tobacco, paper and filter.
Tobacco present in a cigarette may be composed from various types. Each brand has its own blend - of different types and tobacco ratings - in varied proportions, which provides different experiences for the consumer.
As tobacco is a seasonal agricultural product, is subject to variations according to each crop. Thus, during the production process of the cigarette, the tobacco passes through a homogenization step in which are added humectants, sugars, starches and preservatives. These are the only additives allowed by Anvisa.
This process is transparent: all ingredients added to cigarettes in each of the brands are informed by BAT Brasil to Anvisa periodically.
BAT Brasil also has great control over the quality of the paper and filter, composed mainly of cellulose fibers, used in its cigarettes.
Many misleading information on cigarette composition circulates in social media. BAT Brasil is transparent about the ingredients used in the manufacture of its products, demystifying, so, questions such as: