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November 11, 2003

SCOTLAND: Supermarket pulls Shiraz in health scare

Bottles of Cabernet Shiraz 2002 have been pulled from shelves due to high chemical levels.

Bottles of Cabernet Shiraz 2002 have been pulled from shelves due to high chemical levels.

Supermarket chain Lidl has recalled the £2.99 bottles after experts found up to 17 times the safe level of sulphur dioxide, the Scottish Daily Record reported today.

The chemical level is apparently so high that it could trigger a potentially fatal asthma attack simply by smelling it.

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