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 Can of Pokka Oolong Tea Can of Pokka Oolong Tea - Chinese Label

It’s the same can. One side in English, the other in Chinese.
Net: 10.1 fluid ounces (300 ml). UPC 8 888196 120724

Can’t remember what it tasted like… so it is neither remarkably good nor remarkably bad.

The can has information in English, French and even Thai and Bahasa. Made in Singapore under the licence [spelled that way] and the strictest quality control of Pokka Corp., Japan. Manufactured and distributed by Pokka Corporation (S) Ltd, 39 Quality Road, Singapore 618810. List of distributors in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia and Indonesia.

Ingredients: Water, freshly brewed oolong tea, ascorbic acid (300). Also in French: Boisson Thé Oolong: Eau, the oolong fraichement moulu, acide ascorbique. Best before date on bottom of can.

Zero calories. No fat, no trans fat. 16 milligrams of sodium. No carbohydrates, no sugar. No protein. Vitamin C is 13% of DV.

RECYCLABLE. CA CRV. HI .05. ME 5 cents DEP. REFUND AT COLLECTION DEPOTS WHEN SOLD IN S.A. (South Africa???)

ISO 9001. ISO 20000. HACCP. BRC. CERTIFIED. Also has pyramid seal of Singapore’s Health Promotion Board (Eat All Foods in Moderation).

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