Highland Spring Ltd is recalling their 750ml glass bottle of sparkling spring water on a precautionary basis because there have been a small number of reports that the bottles have exploded.
|Highland Spring Sparkling Spring Water (Glass Bottle)|
|Batch code||1137 (Use by MAY 2023A)|
|Batch code||1138 (Use by MAY 2023A)|
|Batch code||1139 (Use by MAY 2023A)|
|Batch code||1172 (Use by JUN 2023A)|
|Batch code||1173 (Use by JUN 2023A)|
|Batch code||1201 (Use by JUL 2023A)|
|Batch code||1202 (Use by JUL 2023A)|
There is a risk that glass bottles may explode which may cause injury.
Action taken by the company
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