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February 21, 2007

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Katalyst Kombucha , produced in Western Massachusetts but with roots in Asia, is a tangy, lightly carbonated drink that combines a culture of yeast and bacteria with organic green and black teas, spring water, and cane juice. The kombucha culture has origins in the Manchuria of centuries ago and, with its abundance ofB vitamins and probiotics, is held to have ... (Full article: 671 words)

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