The new organic milk tea that Nestea is selling at its retail store is made with organic soy milk and soy milk products, and comes in a milk tea bag made with 100% organic tea.
The tea bag has an organic label on the front, and the packaging is made by Nestea in Taiwan.
It’s available in two sizes: 1 liter and 2 liter, and it costs $1.99.
It is available for $1 more for a 12-liter, and $2.99 for a 36-liter version.
The new milk tea can be used for two days in the microwave, and Nestea has tested it to be safe for human consumption.
Nestea said that the milk tea is not tested for its ability to prevent mold and bacteria, and that it does not have any harmful side effects.
“It has been tested to be free of harmful bacteria and is also free of toxins,” the company wrote on its website.
“It is safe to use in children and can be enjoyed on its own.”
The company’s product description said that it is not organic.
This milk tea also comes in the packaging for sale in stores, which is a welcome change from the previous packaging that was confusingly labeled Organic Soy Milk Tea.
For the first time in a while, Nestea’s website is giving us a sneak peek at the ingredients for its new milk Tea Bag.
The ingredients list includes soy milk, water, baking powder, cornstarch, calcium phosphate, sorbitol, and potassium sorbate, as well as vitamins A, D, E, K, B1, B2, B3, B5, B12, B13, and thiamine.
It is a fairly simple formula, and you can mix it up yourself.
According to the Nestea website, the milk Tea is also organic and is certified by a third-party lab.
Nestea has previously announced that it will soon start selling a milk teabag made from the soy milk that it bought from Baskin-Robbins in 2013, and a tea bag that has been used for years for home use.
At this point, the tea is only available in Nestea stores.
While Nestea claims that it has found “zero adverse reactions” to the milk and tea, a recent study found that the tea bag is not a safe and effective way to consume milk.
The study found “no evidence” that the soy beverage containing milk tea caused adverse health effects.
The FDA issued a warning in March that suggested the teabags are unsafe, and suggested that people “should avoid consuming soy milk or soy milk tea directly.”
In April, the agency said that “there is not enough evidence to recommend that consumers avoid the consumption of milk tea.”