A popular can of cider has been recalled from bottle shops in Queensland over fears it may explode.
Newstead Brewing Co issued the recall of the Newstead Johnno Cider 375mL over the weekend.
“The recall is due to a packaging fault resulting in the potential for the can to expand and ‘pop’,” the company said in a statement.
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“Food products with the potential to pop may cause injury.”
The affected cans have a Best Before Date of 09/07/19, 03/08/19 and 24/09/19.
The cider has been available for sale at Dan Murphy’s, Independent liquor stores, Craft festivals and Cellar door in Queensland.
People are being urged not to drink the product and to return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.