Leading bottled water supplier Niagara Bottling has recalled its bottled water products after one of its spring sources was found with E. Coli contamination.
Niagara Bottling is urging all of its customers to avoid drinking the water without boiling it first for at least one minute and then allowing it to cool off. Major supermarket chains across the northeast released statements warning consumers.
NBC New York reports:
The company says the contamination was discovered in the water supply on June 10, but the spring source did not notify it in a timely manner, so they have stopped using the source.
The contaminated water was sold under the following brand names:
- Big Y
- Best Yet
- Morning Fresh
- Nature’s Place
- Western Beef Blue
As of yet, the company hasn’t received any complaints. To download the full list of codes for affected products, click here.
SOURCE: NBC New York | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty
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