Super Sweetener (TDA)

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New Flavor from TFA

We noticed there has been some confusion about this flavor and, to help clear this up, we wanted to address those issues here. Just to be absolutely clear this IS a new flavor made by TFA. We believe the confusion lies in the fact that it isn't view-able directly on the Manufacture's website. When this was brought to our attention we couldn't replicate it (at first). That was until we noticed that this is actually the case, but it's only when you are not logged into the site (under a wholesale account). Once logged in to a wholesale account it appears like the rest. Because of this we posted the SDS sheet for the flavor below to help clear that up =) Thanks!

https://shop.perfumersapprentice.com/msds/510769.pdf
 
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Super Sweetener (TDA)

Super Sweetener (TDA) Specifications

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Flavor Specification Sheet

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Super Sweetener (TDA) Spec Sheet
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Super Sweetener (TDA) COA

Super Sweetener (TDA) Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

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  • 2
    DIY Super Sweetener (TFA)

    Posted by Ronnie Reid on 10th Nov 2019

    No This Sweetener Is Not As Sweet As The (CAP) Super Sweetener. It Takes Twice As Much...

  • 5
    Super Sweetener it is!

    Posted by Steve on 9th Nov 2019

    I ordered this on a whim and was glad to find out that it is just concentrated goodness =) It is about double the original. So start at a really low % and go from there