Rubicon Sparkling Mango recalled due to fermentation in the bottle

A G Barr plc is recalling four batches of its Rubicon Sparkling Mango soft drink on a precautionary basis because yeast fermentation has occurred in some bottles. This may cause the bottle to burst. The presence of yeast has resulted in spoilage of the products, making them unsuitable for human consumption.

rubiconProduct: Rubicon Sparkling Mango
Pack size: 2 litre
‘Best Before’ date: end Feb 2017
Batch codes:  6149, 6150

Product: Rubicon Sparkling Mango
Pack size: 2 litre
‘Best Before’ date: end Mar 2017
Batch codes:  6176, 6177

No other batches of Rubicon Mango or any other flavours, or any other A G Barr products, are known to be affected.

If you have any of the affected product at home please take a note of the full set of codes displayed on the neck of the bottle before disposing of any product, taking care when handling. The Rubicon consumer care team can then be contacted on rubiconconsumercare@agbarr.co.uk

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