Yes SDS’s will be up on our site once the Flavor Revolution page on our site is complete within 1 week or so
I’m unsure if they were once known as “Flavor Sweet”. I know they might be difficult to find online so I’ll have to ask the boss when he comes in since he has done his research and speaks with the owner often.
Replying to your question,
I just heard from the boss and from our knowledge they are not affiliated with any of the companies listed.
Okay. Thank you. “Flavor Sweet” refers to the information I found on 2 websites in connection to First Creative Ingredients, Inc. I’m not sure if the two products are the same or 2 different types of flavor concentrates. My research online yielded very limited results other than that were classified as “food flavorings”.
Oh okay. So they are not the company “First Creative Ingredients, Inc.” - thank you.
All questions you have asked have been forwarded to them, and we will send back their response shortly
I am pretty sure they are not linked, but we would like to confirm as well.
Thank you for the questions!
This is his response,
"No acetyl propanol, and or diketones are used. First Creative Ingredients is our Food Flavoring Company. My two partners in Flavor Revolution owns First Creative Ingredients, but we opened an entirely separate company several years ago (Flavor Revolution) just for specializing in flavoring for the Vape Industry. We have focused from day one on the cleanest flavors we can make and consistent extracts without putting in chemicals that were known to be bad. We have never put these chemicals in or diacetyl(diketones) in our flavors.
Flavor Sweet is a high sugar substitute which First Creative Ingredients owns the trademark too. Flavor Sweet is the Brand Name and is not used at all in e-liquids just for sugar substitute in the food and beverage industry.
Flavor Revolution is dedicated 100% to making extracts for the e/liquid industry. We have 25 years + experience in the food industry. Hope that helps!"
Thank you for the clarification on the company.
@Nicotine_River I got two extra gallons of VG in my last shipment. I called and I was told that I could keep it Thank you very much!!! I really appreciate the accident bonus. Now, I had already ordered enough (dont get me wrong im very happy!), but I’m wondering if it will go bad, if it isn’t used by a certain date? Or should I store it any specific way?
You should “store them” at my house! especially since I’m down to the last half gallon of the two gallons I ordered last year!
I was actually thinking if they don’t last long I’m going to do some trades if anyone’s interested. For some flavors maybe. I know I’d defiantly trade for a little BL RF vanilla or banana!!!
Stick it in your freezer, should be fine.
I am truly hoping you are joking? You should never put flavor concentrates in the freezer. Condensation and separation will occur and ruin your flavoring.
Correct on the flavours but I think @Cutlass92 is talking about the extra VG (although I dont think it requires freezing at all)
VG lasts a very long time. One thing to consider is that it is a humectant and will attract water, including moisture from the air. So to keep it as fresh as possible, keep everything sealed in original containers until you need it.
Thanks for the tip. I put it in my back bedroom (vape) closet/cave and left the plastic on it. Its pretty cool in there.
She was asking about glycerin.
I had seen you had caught it after, I responded to your post, now that always gets me! I read the whole comment read the next few, then respond. Then 3 more down someone has made the same comment!
Glad you like our gift! haha! Vegetable Glycerin does not expire for years as long as it’s not in the heat or sunlight!