THANK YOU very much for your update @Har_d_vape.
- Very useful info about WF!
- Good point about the amount of D-A-AP. I will rephrase some paragraphs above
- You’re right about naturally formed Diacetyl. I will update the info about FLV.
- This may be correct to some degree in the US, but many other vendors do sell those flavors anyway + there are several recipes there containing those flavors and also there are no warnings anywhere that those particular flavors are not suitable for vaping. I wish FA would distinguish those flavors more (large notes, different packaging or labels?), to prevent users to be confused what flavors are suitable for vaping and what flavors are not (note: FA does not distinguish their vaping and cooking flavors at all; FA website.
4B. I am aware of those FA testings and i certainly believe that they are one of the most responsible and caring companies (otherwise i wouldn’t use their flavors; about one third of all my flavors are FA; and i also believe that amounts of D/A/AP are low in their flavors). But this thread is about transparency = publicly released information about their DAAP testings. This is very important to make all these info unbiased (i can’t write it down like ‘they told me so and we have to believe them’). When test results are publicly released, then there are some more liabilities and transparency opens a field of testings made by another independent companies one day. When you hide everything, then noone can blame you for anything, right?
In case you missed this link above: List of FA flavors not suitable for vaping (note: keep in mind that all other flavors may contain Acetoin; FA does not give any info about Acetoin testings)
Thanks for your update. Let’s make all these info useful and better together.