Alameda County prosecutors seek shutdown of flavored tobacco, synthetic cannabis company

LIVERMORE – Alameda County prosecutors are taking aim at a Livermore-based company they claim is illegally selling flavored tobacco products to children and manufacturing illegal synthetic cannabis products.

A lawsuit filed by the district attorney’s office seeks to shutdown Apollo Future Technology, which does business as Apollo E-cigs, prosecutors said in a statement Tuesday.

The company, prosecutors said, “poses a grave threat to the children of Alameda County.”

On Friday, the district attorney’s office obtained a temporary restraining order that bars Apollo from selling flavored tobacco products or synthetic cannabis products locally and online pending the resolution of a preliminary injunction hearing on Sept. 21.

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