SEATTLE — PCC Natural Markets brought two new brands of raw kombucha to its nine stores last week. Kombucha is a fermented tea growing in popularity amongst health enthusiasts due to its detoxifying and immune-enhancing qualities. But the drink has been harder to come by in recent weeks, ever since kombucha's alcohol level came into question in June. Because the fermentation process continues after the tea is bottled, by the end of its shelf life alcohol content can swell to as much as 3%. ...

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