August 17, 2001Bareman Dairy Inc. Recalls
Drinking Water Gallons
MI (SafetyAlerts) - Bareman Dairy
today announced that, in cooperation with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), it
is conducting a recall of 19,700 Gallons of Bareman Dairy Crystal Clear Drinking Water
Packaged in One Gallon Containers. The Gallon Containers are coded will a sell
by date of Dec 8 JD.
Bareman Dairy has determined that a portion of this lot may contain a equipment sanitizer.
This sanitizer is made of a mix of peroxiacetic acid and hydrogen peroxide. Consumption
may cause irritation or burning of the throat and stomach. If you experience irritation or
burning, immediately dilute by drinking several glasses of water and contact the proper
medical authority, do not induce vomiting.
The recall is being instituted after company testing pursuant to a customer complaint
received at 10:00AM Thursday August 16, 2001.
The product, run under the Bareman Dairy label, is distributed in Michigans Lower
Peninsula, Northwestern Indiana, and Illinois.
Consumers who purchased the Drinking Water dated December 8 are urged to discontinue use
of the product immediately and return to the place of purchase for a full refund.
Any questions contact Bareman Dairy at 1-800-968-6600.
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