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RECALL: ALDI recalls Kombucha due to risk of cap explosion

ALDI Australia has issued a recall on the Organic brand Kombucha sold in its stores across the nation due to high levels of pressure that may cause the cap to pop open unexpectedly.

The company is warning that this may cause injury and asking customers to return any affected bottles to their local ALDI store for a refund.

See full details below.


Queensland Health posted about the recall on it’s Facebook page.

ALDI recalls Organic Kombucha over fears high pressure may cause the top to pop

Product recalled and where it is sold:

ALDI is recalling Organic Kombucha Raspberry Lemon 330ml, Organic Kombucha Lemon Lime and Bitters 330ml and Organic Kombucha Lemon Lime and Bitters 750ml. The recall includes all batch numbers and all used by dates that are sold at all ALDI Australia stores.

Reason for recall:

The recall has been issued due to the potential presence of high levels of pressure which may result in the cap to pop open which could cause injury.

What to do if you have any?

ALDI Australia recommends that any customer who has this product in their fridge should not open them and should dispose of them carefully to avoid the potential for injury. They advise that you visit the ALDI store you purchased the products from for a full cash refund.

Read their full recall here.

For any further information, you can visit the Food Standards website www.foodstandards.gov.au/recalls or contact the Food Recall Hotline on 1800 709 933

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