Those who enjoy a nice cold vodka cooler on a long weekend may want to take a look at the bottle in their hands.
Woody's Sasparilla, with a best before date of Feb. 16, 2014, has been recalled in at least three provinces due to concerns about glass fragments in the bottles.
On Tuesday, the Manitoba Liquor Control Commission (MLCC) voluntarily recalled the Woody's Sasparilla and suspended the sale of all the maker's other booze products after reports of glass fragments. Alberta followed suit on Wednesday, and Nova Scotia recalled the coolers on Friday.
Woody's Sasparilla is sold in packs of four 330 ml bottles.
In November, 10 Woody's products were recalled because the vodka coolers were believed to contain glass fragments. At the time, the MLCC said one person was injured drinking a Woody's Mexican Lime vodka cooler.
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