Asda Recalls Cheap Alcohol due to Glass Fragments inside!

Asda Recalls Cheap Alcohol due to Glass Fragments inside!

Asda Carta Blanc Superior White Rum 70cl – £10.50
Barcode: 2113470 Lot codes: L525756 and L528656
Asda Refined Dark Navy Rum 70cl – £10.50
Barcode: 2113467 Lot codes: L525856 and L531556

Liberty Ship Superior White Rum 70cl – £10
Barcode: 506011632053 Lot codes: L528656, L601156 and L525756
Liberty Ship Superior Dark Rum 70cl – £10
Barcode: 0506011632052 Lot codes: L531556 and L525856

What’s happened?

As a precautionary measure Asda are recalling 70cl bottles of dark rum and white rum as detailed above. There is a small risk that a manufacturing defect, affecting a limited number of bottles, may lead to fragments of glass within those bottles.

What you should do?

If you have purchased any of these products with the affected lot code as above, please bring these back to your nearest store where you will be given a full refund. You do not need your receipt.

We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused. If you would like any further information, please contact:

Asda Customer Relations: 0800 952 0101

Where can I see proof of this?

Asda have a section on their website.

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