Blonde Tobacco

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A mild, flue-cured tobacco used in US cigarettes, which was once thought to carry a higher risk of cancer than so-called black tobacco, a hypothesis that was unproven in later studies
Brands Marlboro, Winston, and Virginia Slims
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The monopoly has retained this through blonde tobacco brand Marquise's 55% market share, selling for a more affordable US$1.