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Smirnoff Ice Recall Issued Over Possible Glass Contamination

09/05/2015 12:32 EDT | Updated 09/05/2015 12:59 EDT
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UNITED KINGDOM - FEBRUARY 12: A customers takes a bottle of Smirnoff Ice, a Diageo product, from the shelf at an off licence, in Hornchurch, U.K., on Thursday, Feb. 12, 2009. Diageo Plc, the world?s biggest liquor maker, signaled it may cut jobs and lowered its profit forecast as demand for Johnnie Walker whisky and Smirnoff vodka stalls, hurt by deteriorating economies around the world. (Photo by Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

Drinkers in Canada are being warned not to consume some Smirnoff Ice products due to the possibility that the bottles contain small pieces of glass.

Parent company Diageo Canada recalled the products "in an abundance of caution" after discovering an issue with its glass supplier, according to a news release. However, it said it believes less than one per cent of bottles are affected.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency posted the voluntary recall on Friday, just before the long weekend.

The affected beverages were sold in 330 mL glass bottles on or after July 24, 2015 and include peach bellini and green apple flavours.

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You should throw out the recalled products, or return them to the store where they were purchased.

No injuries have yet been reported in relation to the consumption of these products, said the agency, which is investigating to see if other Diageo products also need to be recalled.

Diageo owns several other alcoholic beverage brands including Crown Royal, Captain Morgan, Tanqueray, and Guinness.

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