Supermarket issues Kopparberg warning over fears the bottles may ‘explode’

Supermarket issues Kopparberg warning over fears the bottles may 'explode'

A supermarket has pulled a range of Kopparberg cider from its shelves over fears bottles could explode in peoples’ hands. Asda is urging people to immediately bin any Sparkling Rose Strawberry and Sparkling Rose Raspberry 750ml bottles of Kopparberg they may have, and contact the store for a refund. It comes after the popular brand announced it was recalling the two products as a precautionary measure saying that “in a very small number of cases, the bottles may break when in normal use”. Both products are only available for sale in Asda. Asda has issued a product recall for Kopparberg The supermarket posted advice to customers on its website. It said: “If you have purchased either of these Kopparberg products, please handle with care and dispose of the bottles in your household waste. “The drink itself is not affected, although it is recommended that you don’t open it. Read More H…

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