Ribena recalls batches of concentrate products in Singapore after quality lapse

Ribena recalls batches of concentrate products in Singapore after quality lapse
PHOTO: Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore

Several batches of Ribena concentrate products have been recalled from Singapore shelves as a precautionary measure, after some products were found not to meet quality requirements.

In a statement from the Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore on Tuesday (Aug 15), it said the withdrawal of all pack sizes of the specific batches has been completed.

The affected products include Blackcurrant & Strawberry (expiring Feb 2018), Blackcurrant & Apple (expiring May 2018), Blackcurrant & Glucose (expiring May 2018), and Blackcurrant (expiring June 2018) flavours.

According to the statement, during the company's routine quality check, it discovered a faulty bottling machine which allowed air to enter random bottles. As a result, affected bottles may spoil before the stated expiry date.

Consumers may contact Ribena's consumer hotline at 1800-645-9551 or email marketing.sg@suntory.com for enquiries.

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