New Brunswick

NB Liquor expands recall

NB Liquor has expanded a recall on Woody's brand vodka drinks because they may contain harmful glass fragments.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency initially recalled Woody's Mexican Lime drinks on Nov. 9. ((CFIA))
NB Liquor has expanded a recall on Woody's brand vodka drinks because they may contain harmful glass fragments.

The original national recall, issued by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency on Nov. 9, only involved bottles of Woody's Mexican Lime.

But NB Liquor says 10 other flavours and brands may also be affected in both single and four-pack formats.

The recalled products include:

  • Orangetini Orange Vodka Cooler
  • Pomtini Vodka & Pomegranate Cooler
  • Woody's Blackcurrant & Apple
  • Woody's Light Orange
  • Woody's Pink Grapefruit
  • Woody's Refresher
  • Woody's 99 Raspberry (Light)
  • Woody's Vodka Cola
  • Woody's Sasparilla
  • Woody's Party Pack (mixed flavours)

There has been one reported injury associated with the consumption of Woody's Mexican Lime, according to the CFIA.

The problem seems to be related to the bottling process.

NB Liquor has removed all Woody's products from the shelves of its corporate and agency stores.

Customers can return the recalled products to any NB Liquor corporate or agency store for a full refund.