The FDA regulations that went into effect on August 8, 2016 prevents us from answering this question. Our products are manufactured in compliance with the FDA regulations.
Prohibition on Modified Risk Claims without MRTP application
§ 911 of the TCA
Effective August 8, 2016
Ø Do not market your product with claims that suggest or may be reasonably expected to suggest your product (1) has reduced harm or lowers the risk of tobacco-related disease (known as reduced-risk claims) or (2) contains less of a substance or is free of a substance (known as a reduced exposure claim), without first obtaining an MRTP order from FDA. This includes claims that the product or its smoke/vapor contains a reduced level of or presents a reduce exposure to a particular substance or that the product does not contain or is free of a substance.
Ø For example, the FDA is attempting to take action against cigarette manufacturers who use the terms "natural" or "additive-free" in labeling and advertising their products. Claims that your product does not contain DA or AP would fall within meaning of an unauthorized reduced exposure claim.