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AriZona Sweet Tea Nutrition Facts

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AriZona Sweet Tea Nutrition Facts
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AriZona beverage company is well known for its extensive line of drinks, especially its many tea flavors. AriZona Sweet Tea is a southern-style tea made without artificial colors, flavors and preservatives.

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Nutrition Facts

An 8-ounce serving of AriZona Southern Style Sweet Tea contains 90 calories, 20 milligrams of sodium, 23 grams of carbohydrates and 23 grams of sugar. The beverage contains no fat, cholesterol, fiber or protein; it also does not provide iron, calcium or vitamins A and C.


AriZona Sweet Tea is sold in various-sized containers, ranging from 11.5 ounces to 1 gallon, according to the company's website. Be sure to read the nutrition label on the container you drink from to learn how many servings it has, and adjust the nutrition facts accordingly based on your intake.


If you're striving to eat a healthy diet, try to limit Arizona Sweet Tea to an occasional treat; with its low nutrient content, it's mostly empty calories. Regular consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages can increase your risk of metabolic syndrome and Type 2 diabetes, the Harvard School of Public Health notes.

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