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article imageMolson Canadian Cider recalled for glass fragments

By Leigh Goessl     Jul 11, 2013 in Food
On July 10, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency recalled certain Molson Canadian Cider products due to a potential presence of glass fragments contained within the bottles.
On July 10, 2013, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) issued a notice of recall for certain Molson Canadian Cider products distributed by the Toronto-based Molson Coors Canada. The company is voluntarily recalling the items.
According to the CFIA news release, the distribution of the affected products was limited to Nova Scotia and Ontario.
Two sizes of products have been affected by this recall: Molson Canadian Cider in the 341 mL and six packs of 341 mL bottles. The CFIA notice lists all the product and UPC codes.
Both CFIA and Molson Coors Canada are warning consumers not to drink the cider because the bottles of the product may contain "harmful glass fragments."
There have been no reported injuries associated with this recall. The company said the product was pulled as a precautionary measure after "dust-like" sized glass was found in four empty bottles during quality checks.
"We're voluntarily withdrawing the product as we always want to ensure consumers enjoy our brands in perfect condition," tweeted the company, reported CBC News.
Molson Canadian Cider was launched by the company in June 2013.
Consumers with any concerns or questions are asked to call Molson Coors at 1-800-665-7661 or to contact the CFIA through its online feedback form.
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