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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Ingredients:Water, Sugar, Tea (Natural Tea Essence and Natural Tea Concentrate from Tea Leaves),Caramel Color, Phosphoric Acid. Gold Peak Sweet Tea Gold Peak Sweet Tea double click to change this title text! Made from the highest quality tea leaves and pure water. Very low sodium, 35 mg or less per 240 ml (8 fl oz). Gold Peak Tea, manufactured by Coca-Cola, comes in several flavors, including diet, sweet, unsweetened, green and lemon tea. The unsweetened and diet versions contain no calories and essentially no nutritional value, while the green, lemon and sweetened varieties have added ingredients that raise the calorie count and nutritional value. AdditivesGold Peak tea contains two additives: caramel color, which enhances the appearanceof the product and phosphoric acid. Caramel color, a water-soluble food colorant, is one of the most widely used food additives in processed foods, according to Food Additives, Phosphoric acid, a weak acid also found in cola products, beer, jams and cheeses.It adds an acidic, tart taste to processed products. Green tea adds ascorbic acid, to protect the color, according to the nutritional label, and the lemon version contains citric acid for flavoring. SodiumThe Gold Peak Tea label states the product is very low sodium. A single serving contains only 25 milligrams of sodium, well below the daily recommended American Heart Association limit of 1,500 milligrams per day and also below the 35 milligrams found in a serving of Coca-Cola. High sodium intake can raise blood pressure in susceptible individuals. Drinking two or more carbonated drinks containingphosphoric acid may increase the risk of kidney disease. While Gold Peak Tea is not carbonated, it does contain phosphoric acid, which may cause kidney changes that increase the risk of developing kidney stones, Professor Shakhashiri warns. Gold Peak Tea contains no nutrients outside of sugar, which, while a good energy source, has no other nutritional value, pediatrician and author William Sears, M.D. explains. Please consider this: All together this drink is pretty good for you
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