Tejava Ice Tea Recall Issued Due to Glass Fragment Contamination
A nationwide recall of Tejava Premium Iced Tea has been issued after it was discovered that some 12 oz bottles may be contaminated by glass fragments.
The Tejava ice tea recall was announced by the FDA on December 9, after the company reported the problems.
Although there have been no reports of illness or injury resulting from the contaminated ice tea bottles, the manufacturer indicates that the glass fragments may be harmful if swallowed.
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The recall affects Tejava Premium Iced Tea in 12 oz. glass bottles with production lot code dates of 1BT220, 1BT221, 1BT222, 1BT223, 1BT252, 1BT253, 1BT254, 1BT255, 1BT277, 1BT278, 1BT279, 1BT280, and 1BT313. The production codes can be found on the back of the bottle label and on the long panel of the case tray. The cases the bottles were sold in have a UPC of 6-54871-24901-2, the four-packs have a UPC of 6-54871-04901-1, and the single bottles have a UPC of 6-54871-00901-5. The 1 liter bottles of Tejava Premium Iced Tea are not affected by the recall.
The company is asking consumers to return affected bottles of Tejava Premium Iced Tea to the store where it was purchased. The will receive coupons, product replacement or credit. Consumers with questions can call the Tejava Consumer Hotline at (888) 847-8742 or visit the company’s website at www.Tejava.com.
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