Green Foods Corporation, Organic Matcha Green Tea, 5.5 oz (156 g)
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- Ceremonial Grade Matcha Green Tea Drink
- 1774 ORAC Units Per Serving
- 10 X's More Potent + 137 X's More EGCG's than Regular Green Tea
- USDA Organic
- Certified Vegan
- Gluten Free
- Dairy Free
- Soy Free
- Dietary Supplement
- GMO Free
- Certified Organic by Quality Assurance International
Premium - Whole Leaf - Nutritious
Organically grown and hand-picked in its native Japan, our premium Matcha leaves are specially cultivated for consistency in the greenest of color, softness in texture, mild flavor, and sweet aroma. By using the entirety of each leaf, Matcha Green Tea contains 10-15 times the overall nutrients and 100 times more antioxidants compared to traditional green, white, black, rooibos, and yerba mate teas.
Relax - High concentrations of the amino acid, L-theanine help to improve cognition and mood while reducing physical and mental stress.
Alkalize & Detoxify - Powerful and renowned catechin EGCG and chlorophyll help to alkalize and detoxify the blood.
Strengthen & Protect - Potent antioxidants help to strengthen the immune system by protecting against free radicals.
Mix 2 teaspoon (5 g) into 6 to 8 oz of cold or hot water to enjoy a delicious and nutritious beverage. Be creative - make your own matcha latte, smoothie, iced tea, ice cream, and pudding.
Organic brown rice solids.
Contains no added salt, colorings, or fillers. Free of animal products, gluten, soy, corn, wheat and yeast.
Store in a cool, dry location with lid tightly closed.
This product is sold by weight not by volume. Some settling of contents may occur.
|Serving Size: 5 g|
|Servings Per Container: 30|
|Amount Per Serving||% DV*|
|Calories from Fat||5|
|Total Fat||<1 g||<1%|
|Saturated Fat||<1 g||<5%|
|Trans Fat||0 g|
|Dietary Fiber||<1 g||<1%|
|Vitamin C||3 mg||4%|
|Vitamin A (Beta Carotene)||215 mcg||3%|
|ORAC Score||1774 units||**|
|Theine (Tea Caffeine)||25 mg||**|
|Total Catechins||179 mg||**|
|Epigallocatechin gallate||83 mg||**|
|Epicatechin gallate||16 mg||**|
|Total Amino Acids||16 mg||**|
|Organic Matcha Green Tea||1000 mg|
|*Percent Daily Values based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
**Daily Value not established
iHerb Customer Reviews
I would honestly give this 0 stars if I could. I hate how misleading the advertising it but I guess it's my fault that I thought I was getting quality matcha for a fraction of the price I normally do. This is definatly not ceremonial grade matcha. It tastes horrible and disgusting, not to mention it is only 20% matcha. Don't waste your money.
Good quality matcha tea should be bright electric green in color and NOT other shades of green. The tub I received is a dull army green color with acidic aftertaste. Have written in, hope I get a refund for this.
Posted by 5561234863228638336 on Dec 22, 2015
It's misleading to call this "ceremonial grade" green tea. The powder is light yellow green in color instead of bright green as it should be. I was surprised to read that in fact, in a 5 gram serving, there is only 1 gram of matcha - the rest is brown rice fillers! The manufacturer should be more upfront about what this powder is. I don't dislike drinking this, but it's definitely not ceremonial matcha. If that's what you're looking for, move on.
Posted by 5696753077411371470 on Nov 26, 2015
Too bad most of it is fillers...
Put in my smoothies!
Posted by 5534303202323310979 on Nov 09, 2015
Great addition to my smoothies. 1 teaspoon and last sometime. I also occasionally have it as tea and you certainly feel more alive mentally. Colour nice and smells fresh.Thanks iHerb, wonderful service!
Product OK but totally misleading marketing & packaging
Posted by Reviewer3014933 on Aug 02, 2015
Buyer beware. I bought this on the advice of a colleague thinking I was buying high quality green tea. It's actually mostly brown rice, with 20% green tea. The deceptive labelling and marketing leads creates suspicion about the other claims made for the product. This product should be clearly labeled as a "Green Tea Drink" with something like "Contains 20% Green Tea" or "Contains 1gram of Green Tea in each serve" clearly visible. Shame, as if it was properly labeled I'd rate it more highly. It mixes and tastes OK - but can't be trusted because of the label.