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An assortment of L&M cigarettes sold in the United States.
From left to right: full flavor shorts; full flavor 100s (both red); lights (dark blue); ultra lights (light blue); menthol shorts; menthol 100s (both dark green); menthol light shorts; menthol light 100s (both light green).

Created by the company Liggett & Myers in 1953, L&M is a brand of cigarettes produced by Altria Group, Inc. (previously known as Philip Morris Companies, Inc.). Prior to a new roll out in October 2007, they were not very common in the continental US, but were and are popular in Latin America, central and northern Europe, the Arab World and south Asia.

Due to new labeling regulations in Europe banning the use of the word 'lights' names of some cigarette brands have been changed, i.e. L&M Lights are now L&M Blue Label.

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