Warsaw, Indiana
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I was drinking half and half (Iced tea and lemonade) snapple for the first time.I had previously had two other kinds of snapples numerous times with no problem at all.

Anyways, I had put the Snapple in the fridge for awhile after drinking some. When I came back to get it, the bottom of the bottle had been caked with something that was light brown, and there were tons of flakes in it.

I only noticed this after taking a drink and now I feel nauseous and can hear ringing in the distance.I will not be having Snapple for a long time after this and that saddens me, it being my favorite drink for a long time.

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Anonymous
Saint Petersburg, Florida, United States #1207866

It's sediment from the tea. Doubt it made you sick.

Anonymous
#1005486

It is the tea that has settled on the bottom

Anonymous
#987169

are you a *** i n g retard?

Anonymous
#980090

its SUGAR just shake it. Jeez.

mike
Salisbury, Maryland, United States #913208

The chunks are likely a sediment.Tea extracts contain unoxidized flavanols, and these flavanols exhibit a strong tendency to cloud and produce sediment on storage.

The sediment consists mainly of complexes of flavanols and caffeine.A good shake should redissolve the particles, do a little research before you complain buddy.

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