Highland Spring is recalling batches of its 750ml glass bottles of Sparkling Spring Water because of a manufacturing fault that could cause the bottles to blow up.
Only a small number of people have reported the bottles exploding, but Highland Spring is issuing the recall on a precautionary basis.
Read on for the full list of products being recalled and what to do if you've bought one of the affected bottles.
Batches of 750ml glass bottles of Highland Spring Sparkling Spring Water are affected.
Only those products with the specific batch code and best before dates below are being recalled. See the photo above for where you should be able to find this information.
No other Highland Spring products are affected by this issue.
A point of sale notice will be displayed in all retail stores that are selling this product, explaining to customers why the product is being recalled and letting them know what they need to do.
If you've already purchased a 750ml glass bottles of Highland Spring Sparkling Spring Water, do not drink it. Instead, avoid handling the product unnecessarily, place it in a bag and dispose of it safely.
You can also contact Highland Spring for a full refund - no receipt is required.
Do not attempt to return it to the supermarket you bought it from.
Highland Spring said: 'Highland Spring Group takes its responsibilities to consumers extremely seriously and always aims to ensure the highest possible standards of product safety.
We are sorry for any inconvenience or disappointment this product recall may cause you.'
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