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You'd need to look at the ingredients of those teas, preferably the ingredients listed on the box you actually have or are going to purchase, because sometimes products vary slightly in different regions, or recipes can change over time, so if we told you we had a box we bought a year ago and it's fine, that doesn't mean the box you have today is also.

If you're unsure about particular ingredients when you're looking at them, you could google Whole30 plus that ingredient and see if it's been addressed before, or compare it to the Sneaky Sugar guide and the Common Additives Cheat Sheet, which you can download here:  https://whole30.com/pdf-downloads/ 

In general for teas the most common issues are that there's some sort of sweetener, like stevia, sugar, or caramel flavor or color, or there'll be soy lecithin in some of them. There might be other off-plan ingredients as well, but those are the most common.

If you look at the ingredients and look for the ones you're not sure about and still can't find any information, please post which specific ingredients you're unsure of and we'll try to figure it out.

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