JAPAN: Kirin Beverage Corp recalls Volvic water - report

By | 29 October 2008

Kirin Beverage Corp has recalled more than half a million bottles of Volvic mineral water in Japan, following consumer complaints, according to local reports.

Kirin voluntarily made the recall after consumers complained of a bad odour upon opening the bottled water, which is owned by Groupe Danone in France, the Bloomberg newswire reported today (29 October).

Japan-based Kirin could not be reached by just-drinks for comment this afternoon.

Sectors: Water

Companies: Kirin, Groupe Danone

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