Robinson’s fruit shoot sold at McDonald’s and Tesco recalled

Robinson fruit shoot
Credits: Edinburgh Live

Robinson’s fruit shoot has been ordered to return to its manufacturing place due to choking hazards in the drink. Moreover, it can cause serious damage to the children who could choke on the lid.

The spout within the juice bottle cap is easily detachable. The Food Standards Agency (FSA) stated that it could become a safety risk for small kids.

Robinson’s fruit shoot

The fruit shoot is a refreshing drink that contains blackcurrant and apple flavour. The manufacturer claims that the drink has no sugar added and kids can taste the goodness of real fruit in each drop.

Also, it has no artificial flavour and completely healthy for the kids. There are many more flavours available which your kids can drink when they are on they go.

Recently, Robinson’s is recalling 200ml drink bottles due to packaging problems. They are taking precautionary measures to avoid any risk in the future. According to the sources, the fruit shoots were sold to the retailers in multi-packs of 24 bottles at Tesco and Costco.

Besides, the single bottle was sold at McDonald’s from June 22 and 28, 2019. The beverage recall is applicable to the fruity drinks with batch code numbers N05 L9164, N05 L9171 as well as N06 L9171.

What should you do if you have already purchased the product?

The multi-packs are sold for retail price (RRP) of £4.50, whereas at McDonald’s the single bottles are sold for 99p. Also, the customers are recommended to avoid purchasing these drinks from the market.

However, if you have already purchased the drinks, then throw it away. Or else, you can ask for a refund from Robinson’s official website, or call on their customer services number on 0114 223 44 88.

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