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The people of Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company share a values-driven vision:
That our uncompromising commitment to our natural tobacco products, the earth from which they come, the communities on which we depend and the people who bring our spirit to life, is essential to our success.
You can find shareholder information on the Reynolds American, Inc. site.
We support various non-profits directly as well as through the SFNTC Foundation. You can learn about our philanthropy under Our Giving.
There are a variety of sustainability initiatives that we actively support at our home office and manufacturing facility. You can discover more about those under Our Commitment.
No. We became an independent operating unit of Reynolds American Inc. in 2002, but we’re the same company we’ve always been with the same values and commitment we’ve always had to producing the highest quality tobacco products.
No, we are not an American Indian enterprise and we’re not affiliated with any American Indian groups, but a portion of our sales of each pack, pouch and tin is donated to support American Indian causes. To read more about the Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company Foundation, which supports the preservation of American Indian self-sufficiency, language and culture, go to www.sfntcfoundation.org.
All Natural American Spirit cigarettes are Fire Standards Compliant (FSC) to meet states’ performance standards for ignition propensity. We use a modified paper to adhere to FSC requirements. Our tobacco remains unchanged and still 100% additive-free.
FSC cigarettes are NOT "fire safe" and need the same careful attention and handling as any other cigarette. Any burning cigarette can ignite materials if handled carelessly.
In November 2008 the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced that it would no longer approve of the longstanding practice of referring to tar and nicotine yields in cigarette advertising as being "by FTC method." The FTC method, also called the Cambridge Filter Method, is a machine-based testing method that "smokes" cigarettes and measures their tar and nicotine yields. The FTC has decided that such standardized tar and nicotine information does not help consumers make informed decisions about the cigarettes they choose to smoke. As a result of the FTC decision, we have removed the tar and nicotine information about our cigarettes from our websites.
For more information on the FTC decision, go to the FTC’s website.
Yes. We are a voluntary signatory to the MSA. We are committed to complying with the marketing and other provisions of the MSA and to achieving its objective of reducing underage access to and use of tobacco products. We do not want underage persons to smoke or have access to our products. We market only to smokers 21 years of age or older. We do not encourage non-smokers to start or existing smokers to smoke more. The best way to reduce the risks of smoking is to quit. There is no safe cigarette. To read the full text of the MSA, click here.
Just call us at 1-800-332-5595 and ask us to take your name off our mailing list. You might get one more mailing if we’ve already sent it out, but you shouldn’t receive any more after that.
Yes. It could take thousands of years to biodegrade just one cigarette butt so they should be considered litter. Read more about SFNTC's efforts to prevent butt litter here. We encourage all smokers to dispose of cigarette butts responsibly. For more facts on cigarette litter, visit www.cigarettelitter.org.