The company has provided a list of production codes for the affected products, which were sold in 6-pack, 12-pack, and 18-pack containers. The bodes are printed on the neck of the bottle and also on the side panels of cardboard containers.
The manufacturer blames the problem on “a production error” by glass plants run by third party manufacturers that supply the company with glass bottles. The problem was discovered after routine inspections in the company’s quality control laboratory.
According to the recall notification:
“While the company believes that less than 1 percent of the bottles produced from the plant may be affected, it is recalling select packages that may contain defective bottles to ensure the safety of consumers.”
If you purchased the recalled products, do not drink it and dispose of it immediately. The manufacturer is offering customers a refund if they contact the consumer call center at 1-866-204-9407.
The following products are not being recalled:
- Corona Extra cans
- Corona Extra 24-pack loose bottles
- Corona Extra 24 oz. bottle
- Corona Extra draft beer
- Corona Light bottles
- Corona Light cans
- Corona Light draft beer
- Corona Familiar
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