Posted by JohnnySensible at 03/25/09 06:23:48Here are the ingredients - http://www.truvia.com/ingredients.html
The main ingredient "Erythritol" is a product which is often made with a process involving pollen / honey comb / bee abuse - so we can be pretty confident that it is not likely to be vegan.
For "techies" - http://www.springerlink.com/content/px36r07605518l06/
It is certainly a highly processed product - so it is unlikely to be "health giving"!
For more see - http://nutritionalconcepts.blogspot.com/2008/07/cargills-stevia-blessing-and-curse.html
Posted by Mina at 05/03/09 06:09:34Yes, the ingredients are posted, but they don't state what they are derived from...? Natural flavourings may be derived from dairy or other noxious sources. I'd rate its vegan status - Uncertain!
Posted by pinkdiesel at 05/29/09 13:59:22I e-mailed customer service and this is what they told me:
Thank you for your email. The natural flavors are compounds that come from natural sources and are used in small amounts to enhance the flavor of the sweetener. Truvia contains a proprietary flavor system that does not contain any of the major known food allergens such as: wheat, soy, milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish or shellfish. Truvia is caffeine free, gluten free, contains no MSG and is safe for diabetics. Truvia natural sweetener is also Vegan.
Truvia Customer Service