Nestea recalled after mold marks found on bottles


June 20, 2019 20:23
Nestea peach by Nestle

Nestea peach by Nestle. (photo credit: NESTLE)


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The Israeli sweet peach-flavored drink Nestea is being recalled after several of the 500 ml bottles were found with mold on the inside, according to a press release by Tempo Beverages Ltd., which imports the drink.

Any bottles of that size marked as "Best used before 10/2019" and "Kosher for Passover" are being recalled by the company.

The specific manufacturer of the bottles being recalled is the Spomador A.P.S. Factory in Colombia. The bottles were shipped through Italy.

Tempo requested that "the public does not consume said products," although "there is no defect in Nestea products." The company is investigating the source of the problem.

Compensation is being offered to anyone who purchased said Nestea bottles.

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