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  1. Kristina421

    Pilot Kombucha Pomegranate Rose

    Hi there. I am a bit confused about whether or not I can have Pilot Kombucha. The nutrition facts say that it has 5g of sugar in the whole 16 oz bottle, and 0g of added sugar. Below is the URL and the ingredients. The thing that is throwing me off is that although kombucha is allowed if there isn't sugar added after the fermentation process, if sugar is listed on the label, it is out. In this case, for the ingredients, it says kombucha, then in parentheses, it lists all of the ingredients in the kombucha, so clearly the sugar that is listed in parentheses was used to make the scoby, right? But part of the rules say no sugar can be used. I need a referee to call this one for me... haha... Thanks in advance for your help! URL: Ingredients: Made with organic rose petals & unsweetened pomegranate juice, with just a hint of mint and cardamom. Ingredients: kombucha (green tea, mint, rose petals, cardamom, black pepper, water, sugar, live culture), pomegranate juice, rose water. Calories/sugar per 16 oz serving: 20 calories, 5 g sugar.
  2. Kristina421

    Yogi Roasted Dandelion Spice DeTox Tea

    Shannon!! You just made my day! Thanks so much! What great news!
  3. Hi there! Just wondering if my favorite tea is whole30 compliant... Yogi Roasted Dandelion Spice DeTox Tea. I would also appreciate if someone could weigh in on Cinnamon Vanilla Healthy Skin Yogi Tea. Below are URLs and an ingredient list of each. I am confused about the cocoa shells on the dandelion one (I think they are ok) and the natural and organic flavor on the 2nd one (if the cocoa shells are ok–if not, then the 2nd one wouldn't be either). Thanks in advance! Dandelion Tea: Ingredients Dandelion Root Cinnamon Bark Cocoa Shells Cardamom Ginger Root Clove Bud Black Pepper Cinnamon Vanilla Tea: Ingredients: Rooibos Leaf (Redbush) Cinnamon Bark Cocoa Shells Cardamom Nettle Leaf Licorice Root Mullein Leaf Vanilla Bean Schisandra Berry Natural and Organic Flavors* *Natural and organic flavors are derived from natural sources such as spices, fruit, herbs, roots, or many other plants or foods, whose significant function in food is flavoring.