Trader Joe’s is currently recalling all the Triple Ginger Brew beverages after customers complained about unopened bottles “shattering or bursting“, according to a report from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
The recalling, which started on Tuesday, goes for all the Triple Ginger Brew in 25.4 ounce glass bottles purchased from November 19 to December 12. The grocery store chain still hasn’t identified the cause of the sudden shattering, however, drinking the beverage itself doesn’t pose any health risks for the consumer.
On its recall statement, the company said that all products had been removed from store shelves and destroyed. They encouraged all customers who purchased Trader Joe’s Triple Ginger Brew to handle the bottles with care and dispose of them in an outside container.
So far, there hasn’t been any reported injuries or intoxications caused by the beverage.
Trader Joe’s is an old grocery store chain based in Monrovia, California which dates back to the late fifties and is known for the sale of organic and fresh products. The company owns 457 establishments across California and nationwide.