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EDITOR’s NOTE: This post is an Alert to all our Readers.
Niagara Bottling, A Company that specializes in the production of bottled water, has recently issued a voluntary recall of several brands of it’s bottled water stating that there was a possibility that the water is contaminated with E.Coli.
In a public statement on it’s website, The company stated the following:
“Last week, we issued a voluntary recall of spring water produced at our two (2) Pennsylvania plants from June 10-18th, 2015 because the operator at one of our contracted springs failed to notify us that there was evidence of E. coli bacteria at the spring source.
Because there has been a great deal of misinformation reported and circulated over the last 24 hours, we felt it was necessary to issue this clarifying statement.”
The company went on to describe the extensive steps that are taken to ensure that all water is purified thoroughly before being shipped out for public consumption.
Here is a list of the 14 Brands affected by the Recall:
To check if your bottled water may have been affected, you can check it by referencing the code found on the bottle. This code will indicated the place, date, and time that the water was produced.
According to sources,The only products that were affected have codes that begin with the letter F (for Hamburg, Pennsylvania) or A (for Allentown, Pennsylvania).
The first digit after the letter indicates the number of the production line. The next two numbers indicate the day, then the month in letters, the year, and then the time, based on a 24-hour clock.
Example: A610JUN15 2000
(Allentown line 6, manufactured on June 10, 2015 at 8pm)
Products made between June 10 a 3 am (EDT) and June 18 at 8 pm (EDT) should not be used.
For more information, please contact:
Niagara Bottling, LLC Consumer Service