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**Product Information**:
– Enviga is a non-alcoholic beverage brand by Coca-Cola and Nestlé.
– The brand offers iced tea products with various flavors like Berry, Pomegranate, and Peach (discontinued).
– Each can of Enviga contains 5 calories, 100mg of caffeine, 35mg of sodium, and 20% of the daily recommended calcium.
– Enviga is sweetened with aspartame and contains no carbohydrates, fat, or protein.

**Legal Issues and Health Claims**:
– The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) sued Coca-Cola and Nestlé in 2007 over weight-loss claims.
– In 2009, a settlement was reached, removing weight loss claims and adding disclaimers about diet and exercise.
– Studies on caffeine and green tea antioxidants had inconclusive results.
– CSPI reported a decline in Enviga sales post the settlement.
– CSPI later sued Coca-Cola over Vitaminwater.

**Sales and Market Trends**:
– Enviga was introduced in the context of increasing sales of flavored bottled water, sports drinks, and teas.
– Cold tea was the fastest-growing non-carbonated beverage category in the US.
– Prior to Enviga’s launch, Coke was trailing behind Pepsi, AriZona, and Snapple in this sector.

**Brand and Category Information**:
– Enviga falls under the category of non-alcoholic drinks and is known for its iced tea products.
– The brand has hidden categories related to articles and web archives.
– Enviga products are included in hRecipes articles and hProducts sections.

**Historical and Miscellaneous Data**:
– Enviga’s history and product details are documented on Wikipedia.
– The Wikipedia page captures specific information about Enviga.
– Enviga listings have webarchive links available for reference.

Enviga (Wikipedia)

Enviga is a Nestea carbonated canned green-tea drink. Enviga is a trademark of Nestlé licensed to Beverage Partners Worldwide, a joint venture between The Coca-Cola Company and Nestlé. It is available in three flavors: Green Tea, Tropical Pomegranate, and Mixed Berry. According to Coca-Cola, Enviga burns 60 to 100 calories per three 12-oz.(330 ml) cans due to its high EGCG and caffeine content. The makers of the drink were sued for making fraudulent health claims about weight loss, and agreed to settle and cease repeating them.

TypeCanned sparkling green tea
ManufacturerBeverage Partners Worldwide (North America)
Country of origin United States
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