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No idea what your lot number is but the package that I purchased a month and a half ago has the best before date of July 2023 so even assuming your lot number is the same as one sold two months ago you would have a long time to use the contents
janos fubar
· January 9, 2021
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Yes, apparently it is, so best thing is to drink it during day, not at night, since it might keep you up.
Amazon Customer
· January 14, 2021
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Mine came in one huge bag
KKL
· May 16, 2019
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Ordered twice, never found any contamination.
Evgeni Stambolski
· July 1, 2020
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Sorry have no idea, probably not long enough. I was very unhappy with the flavor of this tea (you can read my review, username KKL)
KKL
· May 16, 2019
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Kevin is correct, month day year
Blair
· August 12, 2017
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Pure green leaf tea, from China.
Lindsey Smith
· April 4, 2020
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No idea
Raymond Babin
· January 1, 2020
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There is no indications on what is the country of origin. Other than been packed in the US and Fair Trade and Certified Organic. So it could come from the most polluted part of China or Tchernobyl and we would not know. Not very reassuring is it not?
Fraulein
· March 10, 2021
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Don,t know exactly but 1 teabag weghs about 2g This bulk format weighs 454 g Therefore, unless my reasoning is faulty, would say 454 g ÷ 2g per teabag = 227 teabags Hope that helps !
Amazon Customer
· December 29, 2019