Why do answers say "no caffeine" when all tea has caffeine?
I've been attempting to discover the caffeine content of 8 ounces (1 C) of WalMart's Great Value Sweet Tea, which contains sugar --thank you for NOT putting honey in it as those allergic to bee stings cannot have honey -- brewed tea, & preservatives. The label does not say "decaffeinated" yet no teas are cafeine free except herbal teas. This is a black tea. How Dow we find out how much caffeine is in each serving, and why does someone on this board repeatedly answer that there is NO caffeine in this product? Do you mean there is no ADDED caffeine in addition to that which naturally occurs in all teas? Or do you mean it has been decaffeinated? If both, by which process has it been decaffeinated: water, steam, extraction, etc? I love this tea, especially because it is not too sweet, but find that if I drink it too late in the day, I can't sleep, which is what happens if I drink colas or coffee. Could someone get us a detailed, realistic explanation on the approximate amount of caffeine in this product, even if it is naturally occurring, because even decaf teas & coffees have some caffeine. Thank you.
asked 2 months ago
on Great Value Sweet Iced Tea, 1gal