Alcohol free gin sold at Dan Murphy’s recalled due to ‘potential microbial contamination’

Heath Parkes-HuptonNCA NewsWire
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A zero alcohol gin sold at Dan Murphy’s stores across the country has been recalled due to a potential for microbial contamination.

The 700ml bottles of Banks and Burbidge Alcohol Free Gin has been available for sale at Dan Murphy’s selected stores and online in all states and territories.

Banks and Burbidge gin has been recalled due to a potential microbial infection.
Camera IconBanks and Burbidge gin has been recalled due to a potential microbial infection. Credit: Supplied

Waterloo Bay Distilling Company is recalling the product as the potential microbial contamination “may cause illness if consumed”.

Microbial contamination refers to when food or drink is contaminated by microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, mould, fungi, or toxins.

“Any consumers concerned about their health should seek medical advice,” a Food Standards statement said.

“Consumers should not drink this product, and should dispose of it safely.

“Consumers seeking a full refund should contact the place of purchase for instructions.”

Originally published as Alcohol free gin sold at Dan Murphy’s recalled due to ‘potential microbial contamination’

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