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Rubicon Mango drink recalled from stores

Mrs Crunch Rubicon mango drink

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Rubicon mango drink

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It’s been revealed that the Rubicon Mango drink has been recalled from stores.

The drinks are being recalled from stores they may be fermenting and could burst.

According to the Sun, Makers Barr have recalled their 2 litre Sparkling Mango drink as yeast fermentation has happened in some bottles.

This fermentation could cause the bottles to explode and spoil the mango drink making it unsafe for consumption.

This could cause the bottles to explode and spoil the drink – making it unsafe for humans to drink.

Rubicon is sold in a number of UK high-street supermarkets and stores, as well as some stores in Ireland.

The product was removed from Tesco last year as part of an initiative to remove children’s high sugar juice drinks.

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