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    More than a year ago, we started purchasing sugarfree syrup for my DS. I have always kept regular syrup in the cupboard. I know regular bottles say no need to refrigerate. (I am sure some people like to though) BUT the sugar-free bottle says "need to refrigerate after opening". Did anyone know that?? Does your bottle say must refrigerate? I wonder why there is a difference with the sugar-free kind.

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    I just read the bottle of Log Cabin Sugar Free I have and mine says refrigeration not required.
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    We use a local store brand of sugar-free (Splenda) syrup...and it doesn't say anything about refrigeration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lgouldin View Post
    I just read the bottle of Log Cabin Sugar Free I have and mine says refrigeration not required.
    same here.
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    I have a bottle of sugar free that has to be refrigerated and a bottle of regular that does not. Both are in the fridge though. I never noticed before, just assumed they had to both be in there after opening. What I'd like to know is, is there a regular syrup that doesn't cause seriously high spikes? I think we may be switching back to sugar free.
    12 year old son T1 diagnosed @ age 10, July 16 2010
    MDI: Humalog & Lantus

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    Thanks for checking everyone! Now I will be more curious when I am at the grocery store when I buy more.

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    i guess i never paid attention. I've always refrigerated my syrups after opening them. SF or not. I just looked at our syrup bottles both of them (one SF and the other Lite) say refrigeration is not needed.
    Chris mom to 15 year old Type 1 daughter DX 3/23/10 pumping animas ping

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    My Cary's sugar free does say put it in the fridge. We like it very well.
    DS1, 17 yrs old, diag 3/2000 at 3 years old, pumping 2001,Minimed 508 2001, Cozmo 2004 & 2008, Animas Ping 5/09, Novolog ,Apidra(1/11),Back to Novolog 6/11, Insets 6mm, Navigator 8/08-5/09, Dexcom 5/09, Dexcom G4 12/12
    DS2 , 15 yrs old, diag 9/2000 at 10 months old, pumping 2001,Minimed 508 2001,Cozmo 2004 & 2008, Animas Ping 5/09, Revel 12/10, Back to Animas Ping 12/10, Novolog ,Insets 6mm, Navigator 9/08-5/09, Dexcom 5/09,Navigator 11/09,Guardian 9/10 Enlites 11/13,Minimed 730g 1/14

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