April 23, 2013

Salada Fiber Boost Green Tea K-Cups

Salada fiberboost

Fiber is heart healthy and also good to keep things moving in your daily life. These Salada Fiber Boost Green Tea K-Cups start with premium green tea and with blended in natural lemon flavor for a great taste and natural fiber to help give your body the added boost that it needs.

NOTE: Ingredients: sugar, soluble corn fiber, soluble green tea, natural lemon flavour, tricalcium phosphate, reb a, citric acid. GLUTEN FREE FOOD. contains caffeine.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at April 23, 2013 5:45 AM
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Looked interesting until I saw that sugar is listed as the first ingredient. Do you have the nutritional info for this tea? I tried looking it up but didn't see that info listed anywhere online.

Posted by: Jenn at April 23, 2013 10:28 AM

We've received samples from ECS Coffee and will review both Salada flavors in the near future.

Early testing shows signs that the lemon (fiber) flavor is considerably better than the blueberry (energy) flavor.

Both have a fair amount of Reb A sweetener thrown in and yes, they contain a "soluble powder mix" instead of loose tea leaves. We'll go into further details once we have time to write-up the reviews for each flavor.

Posted by: SH at April 23, 2013 8:02 AM
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