Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Is Flavor Coffee Bad for You?

The coffee industry has been offering flavored coffees for years and has used chemical solvents to make flavors. The main ingredient used in flavoring is Propylene Glycol (PG). Propylene Glycol is the carrier that holds the flavor together. When flavors are development for coffee, the amount of (PG) is between 90 and 99% of the flavor. The amount of flavor used is only 1 to 10% of the total liquid.


In 2006 the European Union ruled that the legal limit of (PG) can not exceed .01% in any product manufactured in Europe. The coffee industry in the US still uses (PG) as the main ingredient.


Wouldn’t you rather enjoy a pure taste of coffee flavor? We developed Chemical Solvent Free (CSF) flavoring process as a natural way to flavor coffee. In our process, we found a way to infuse the flavor directly into the coffee, thus eliminating the need for Chemical Solvent (PG) found in other flavored coffees. This new proprietary process guarantees you a much smoother taste of flavor in your cup. Today consumers are searching for healthier and more natural options. We know you will appreciate our revolutionary flavoring system.

When you purchase our coffee you will know that you are drinking (CSF) because our coffee will have the (CSF) Chemical Solvent Free Flavoring label on it. With the (CSF) label you are guaranteed to receive Chemical Solvent Free Flavoring.

1 comment:

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