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Hain Celestial Seasoning Recalls Herbal Tea Due to Gluten

Hain Celestial Seasoning is recalling Celestial Seasonings Roastaroma Herbal Tea due to gluten containing ingredients. The labeling conflict was due to the fact that it contains barley as an ingredient, but is labeled "Gluten-Free".

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  • Celestial Seasonings Roastaroma Herbal Tea Lot code - Best Before 20DEC17 Pack size - 6 retail units (20 count) per case. Best Before 02DEC17 Retail UPC 070734-050138.

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Erogo

said this on
01 Mar 2016 2:22:42 AM PDT
Celestial started having cross contamination between tea lines years ago. I had to switch over to Republic of Tea brand for my desert tea. They also have a much better selection in my opinion.

 
Awol

said this on
12 Jan 2017 11:51:41 AM PDT
Thanks while I do not drink this particular variety, I had used the brand in the past. This information is helpful to know.




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