Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company offers what may be the closest thing to a peace pipe. Packs, as well as pouches and tins of its Natural American Spirit additive-free tobacco (adorned with an American Indian smoking the ceremonial pipe) are sold in Canada, Europe, Japan, and the US. The tobacco-maker sells about a dozen types of branded cigarettes, in addition to the imported premium Dunhill and State Express 555 labels, licensed from BAT. Though offerings are additive-free, Santa Fe Natural Tobacco warns that the smokes are not any safer to use than other cigarettes. Founded in 1982, the company has operated as a subsidiary of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco (now Reynolds American) since its $340 million buyout in 2002.