Was looking to buy some German Flavors from VapersTek and stumbled across the following:
Before a German Flavors Liquid is ready for market, it has already successfully passed a variety of tests and tastings to meet our demands. Quality assurance and requirements in relation to specific products are becoming increasingly important. Therefore, we source only quality, raw materials for our Liquids. Our producers are certified and must meet detailed specifications regarding the raw materials so we can guarantee consistent, high quality Liquid. All analysis certifications are available.
We hereby confirm that the evaporator fluids (Liquids) offered for sale are developed, manufactured and released for use in food by German and European suppliers according to Aromas Regulation (EC) No. 1334/2008. We use HACCP Guidelines regarding hygienic production and bottling to ensure accurate filling volume of Liquids. All components are processed under the highest quality standards and tested and approved for consumption. Each product is labeled with an expiration date, batch number and complete hazard identification on immediate packaging. The closures of our Liquid bottles are secured with a child safety lock.
Our liquids are made of Propylene Glycol (PG), Glycerin (VG), Nicotine and Flavors and the calculation of toxicity is in accordance with the CLP Regulation 1272/2008, Annex I, part 3,220.127.116.11.1.
Propylene glycol (E-1520) is approved in the EU as a food additive, inclusion in medical products and as a carrier for flavors.
Glycerin (E-422) is approved in the EU as a food additive because of its water-binding properties and is used for moisturizing in cosmetics.
The flavors we use are effective, efficient and of very high quality.They are certified and comply with the German Registration Regulation (EC) No. 1334/2008 of 16.12.2008 on flavorings and certain food ingredients with flavoring properties for use in and on foods. Flavors with known harmfulness / inhalation toxicity are not applicable.
We Expressly Waive Diacetyl research showing that diacetyl promotes various aspects of amyloid-beta aggregation associated with Alzheimer’s disease. Therefore, flavorings with diacetyl or related diketones are not used in our products.
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