1M beers recalled: One Million Beers Recalled
Published: December 4, 2015
1M beers recalled: One Million Beers Recalled, An Australian beer company owned by SABMiller is recalling more than one million bottles of beer that could contain broken glass.
The recall affects Carlton Dry 355mL bottles with expiration dates of July 19 and 20, 2016. The beers, produced in October by Carlton & United Breweries in Queensland, are also marked with a “3” on the cartons, or a “3A” or “3B” on bottles.
“This sort of thing is rare but we take the quality of our beers seriously,” the company said in a statement.
Carlton and United sells roughly 240 million bottles of Carlton Dry a year, so the recall affects less than 1% of what typically hits store shelves.
The brewer’s owner, SABMiller (SBMRF), is being bought by the world’s biggest beer firm ABInBev in a $100 billion deal. The merger, if approved, would create a super brewery with sales of $55 billion, with nine of the world’s top 20 beers by volume.
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