Lion-Dairy & Drinks Pty Ltd—Dare Cold Pressed Coffee
What are the defects?
The recall is due to the potential for bottle failure. If Dare Cold Pressed bottles are left unrefrigerated, the bottles may burst.
What are the hazards?
If bottles are left unrefrigerated, there is a risk of the bottles bursting and propelling, potentially causing a serious injury if a person is struck by the bottle.
Be careful not to shake the product.
What should consumers do?
Anyone in possession of Dare Cold Pressed products should immediately dispose of them. If the product has been left unrefrigerated and unopened please contact the Lion customer enquiry centre on 1800 677 852 for further specific instructions on how to dispose of the product. If the product has been refrigerated, the safe way to dispose of it is by pointing the bottle downwards and away from the face and body, and gradually unscrewing the cap to pour out the contents.
People who have purchased Dare Cold Pressed bottles in NSW are advised to contact the Lion customer enquiry centre on 1800 677 852 to arrange a full refund of the purchase price.
For further information, contact the Lion customer enquiry centre on
1800 677 852.
Woolworths, Coles, Franklins, Metcash, Spar, Supabarn and Independent Grocers.
The products were also distributed as samples in the Sydney CBD between 4 and 13 November 2013.
- 23 September 2013 - 15 November 2013
Recall advertisements and supporting documentation
Food Standards Australia New Zealand is the coordinating agency for this recall.