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Our exquisite flavoring extracts have been formulated for best use with soft serve, ice cream and  frozen beverage.  Available flavors are:

ALMOND, AMARETTO, APPLE PIE, APRICOT, BANANA, BLACKBERRY, BLACK CHERRY, BLACK RASPBERRY, BLACK WALNUT, BLUEBERRY, BUTTER PECAN, BUTTERSCOTCH, CANTALOUPE, CAPPUCCINO, CARAMEL, CHEESECAKE, CHOCOLATE, CINNAMON, COCONUT, COTTON CANDY, CRANBERRY, CREME DE MENTHE, CUSTARD, EGG NOG, ENGLISH TOFFEE, EXPRESSO/COFFEE, FRENCH VANILLA, FUDGE BROWNIE (NEW!), GERMAN CHOCOLATE, GRAPE, GREEN TEA (NEW!), IRISH CREAM, KAHLUA, KIWI, LEMON, LICORICE, LIME, MALTED MILK, MANGO, MAPLENUT, MOCHA, ORANGE, PAPAYA, PEACH, PEANUT BUTTER, PEAR, PEPPERMINT, PINA COLADA, PINEAPPLE, PISTACHIO NUT, POMEGRANATE (NEW!), PRALINE, PUMPKIN, RED VELVET CAKE (NEW!), ROOT BEER, RUM, TEABERRY, TIRAMISU (NEW!), TUTTI-FRUTTI, WATERMELON, WHITE CHOCOLATE

Nutritional Content

Nutritional Labeling and
Education Act ( NLEA ) Nutritional Profiles

 

Flavoring extracts, essential oils, colors, spices and other aromatic chemical compounds by definition are exempt as per the rules for compliance as published in the Federal Register on January 6, 1993, ( Volume 58, No. 3 ).

The strength and usage of such materials in finished food products are determined under normal usage to fall under the published guidelines to be regarded as zero (0).

 
Total calories: Less than 5 cal.
Total fat: Less than 0.5 mg
Cholesterol: Less than 2 mg
Carbohydrate: Less than 1 gm
Protein: Less than 1 gm
 
The flavor extracts have either no nutritional value or a level of no nutritional significance in respect to vitamins, minerals or fiber content.

Fat content: 0.00
Carbohydrates in the form of sugar: 0.00

Each product has some caloric content derived from the solvents used in the production of the flavoring such as ethyl alcohol, propylene glycol, glycerin, etc.
Also, some caloric content is derived from the essential oils, botanicals or aromatic chemicals in the flavoring.

This caloric content ranges from 59-90 calories per 100 grams of material.
Based on the usage strength of these additives, the value of these additives on a per serving basis would be negligible or less than of nutritional significance.
Using the most caloric extract in a regular 24 flavor cone, it is 1.36 calorie.

The F.D.A. regulations are directed toward the nutritional value of the food consumed. Your processing or the consumers preparation of the final food product may alter the nutritional value of our products in your customer's food product.
 

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