Sweet Tea Nutrition Facts
McDonald’s Sweet Tea can be created from a fast-moving refreshing mix of orange pekoe and pekoe-cut black Tea perfect sweetened. Sweet Tea comes from McDonald’s makes up their beverage menu. Available in small, extra medium, and large sizes.
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat Null
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 0ggrams0%
Saturated Fat 0ggramsTrans Fat 0ggrams
Total Carbohydrates 21ggrams0%
Dietary Fiber 0ggramsSugars 20ggrams
Iron*Percent Daily Values are calculated based on a 2000-calorie diet.
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Sweet Tea – 1 fl oz 10 Calories
Nutritionix sub-recipes for 1 cup of:
1 cup Black Tea 2
20 g sugar 77
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- 100Cal.100 Cal.
- 0.g0 grams
- Total Fat (0% DV)Total Fat (0% Daily Value)
- 26g26 grams
- Total Carbs (9% DV)Total Carbs (9% Daily Value)
- 0.g0 grams
Saturated Fat: 0g (0 percent DV)0 grams (0% Daily Value)
Dietary Fiber: 0g (0%) DV)0 grams (0% Daily Value)
Calcium:(0% DV)(0% Daily Value)
Trans Fat:0g0 grams
Total Sugars: 24g24 grams
Iron:(0% DV)(0% Daily Value)
Cholesterol: 0mg (0 percent DV)0 milligrams (0% Daily Value)
Vitamin D:(0% DV)(0% Daily Value)
Potassium:(0% DV)(0% Daily Value)
The Sodium content is 15 mg (1 1%) DV)15 milligrams (1% Daily Value)
*Percent Daily Values (DV) are calculated on a diet of 2,000 calories.
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Ingredients: Water, Orange Pekoe And Pekoe Cut Black Tea.
Medium Invert Sugar
Ingredients: Medium Invert Sugar, Water.
SS The numbers represent sodium that is derived from the ingredients as well as water. The content of sodium in the water is determined by the amount of sodium listed as municipal water within the USDA National Nutrient Database. The amount of sodium in the actual water could be greater or less based on the sodium content in the water in which the beverage is served.