AG Barr, which is also the maker of Irn-Bru, is recalling four batches of Rubicon Sparkling Mango two-litre bottles because yeast fermentation has resulted in the products becoming unfit for human consumption and bottles liable to explode.
“If drunk, whilst the liquid may be unpleasant in taste or odour, it is not harmful to health. No other batches of Rubicon Mango, or any other flavours, are known to be affected.”
The batches affected were manufactured in May and June 2016 and have a best-before date of February 2017 or March 2017. Bottles affected can be identified by four-digit codes visible on the neck, which the company said were 6149, 6150, 6176 and 6177.
Anyone who has the affected product can contact the Rubicon consumer care team on [email protected]