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365 Everyday Value

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Last Updated: Oct. 30, 2018

About 365 Everyday Value

365 Everyday Value is a generic brand of food products, owned by Whole Foods and sold in their stores. Many of their products are organic-certified.

365 Everday Value includes a line of teas, which we list for review.

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Tchuggin' Okie
(379 reviews)
79 / 100
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Orange-vanilla isn't a rooibos flavoring I had tried yet, but it's a favorite in general, both for black tea and going back to the childhood Creamsicle days. It's also labeled as naturally flavored. Therefore, even though I ordinarily wouldn't buy a 40-pack of a new tea taste-untested, I figured a gamble on this offe...

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72 / 100
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Organic Green Tea

Style: Green Tea – Region: ?????
Nov. 3rd, 2018

This is a Whole Foods tea given to me by my sister-in-law in Colorado, who gets lots of organic and medicinal teas at the plethora of health-food shops in her area. She likes it when I try her favorite teas. So every time I return from there, I have a few more to review here. :-)

365 Organic Green pleasantly surpr...

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Organic Orange Vanilla Creme Rooibos Tea

Style:Flavored Rooibos
Region:South Africa
Caffeine:Caffeine Free
1 Rating

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