WHOLE FOODS REMOVES KOMBUCHA AUSTIN, Texas — Whole Foods Markets last week temporarily removed several brands of kombucha from its stores because of concerns over slightly elevated alcohol levels. More than a dozen kombucha suppliers agreed to voluntarily recall their products after conversations with the retailer indicated that alcohol levels may be elevated in some of the fermented, sweetened tea beverages, Whole Foods spokeswoman Kate Lowery told the Associated Press. The label on one ...

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