Sweet Leaf Tea is issuing a voluntary recall of 1.5 million of their bottles after a filling incident that involved glass breaking. The bottles could potentially contain broken glass that could lead to consumers cutting themselves and ingesting glass, CNN Money reports.
The six flavors of teas that were distributed between Feb. 25 through Dec. 6 of this year are all being recalled. Specifically, it’s the bottles of Sweet Leaf that are made of glass. Not plastic. The flavors are original, green tea with citrus, peach, half and half lemonade, raspberry and mint and honey.
While there have been no injuries, the company received four complaints of glass discovered in the product.
The company released the manufacture codes and dates of all the drinks being recalled. If you bought a glass bottle of Sweet Leaf that matches any of those numbers, don’t drink it. You can call Sweet Leaf for a replacement or return it to the store you bought it from for a full refund.