Today, there is a variety of tobacco products. Here we will discuss the differences between white snuff, white portion snuff, and nicotine bags.
White snuff/All White Portion
White snuff, also known as All white portion, is a kind of snuff which entirely white. The white color is due to the fact that the tobacco has been washed in a patented process multiple times. Consequently, the traditional brown color and the tobacco smell have been dissolved. The tobacco is mixed with e.g. plant fiber, and compressed into cellulose fiber tubes. These tubes are split into small portions, which is the white snuff.
White snuff is at times referred to as All white portion. Since the portions are completely dry, it may take a while until the taste and effect of the nicotine can be experienced. These pinches of snuff are less runny than the traditional product and do not cause tooth discoloration.
White portion snuff/White Portion
White portion snuff, also known as White portion, is a type of snuff that has not been re-moistened. As opposed to All white portion, the tobacco has not been washed, however, the bag is white and has a dry surface as the product has not been moistened. This creates a kind of snuff that is less runny than the traditional one, where the pinches are moist.
Nicotine pouches, also referred to as tobacco-free snuff, are a relatively new product on the market. Nicotine puches contain no tobacco, but nicotine that has been mixed with plant fiber. Like white snuff, the pouches are completely white and dry, making them less runny and safe in terms of tooth discoloration.