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Notification details - 2015.0606 withdrawn

risk of breakage of bottles containing wine from Italy
2015.0606
food - alert - official control on the market
20/05/2015
recall from consumers
26/08/2015
distribution to other member countries
United Kingdom (GB)
bottles containing wine
Classification
alert
wine
serious
has been published before
Follow-up :
Reference Follow-up from Date Follow-up type Info
fup1 United Kingdom 20/05/2015 corrigendum
fup3 Czech Republic 26/06/2015 outcome of investigations
fup4 Poland 02/07/2015 outcome of investigations
fup5 Italy 24/07/2015 request
fup6 Italy 24/07/2015 request
fup7 Italy 28/07/2015 additional information
fup8 United Kingdom 31/07/2015 request
fup9 Italy 03/08/2015 request
fup10 United Kingdom 26/08/2015 withdrawal of original notification The UK Authority would be content for the withdrawal of the RASFF Notification based on the investigation carried out by the Italian Authority, if they are satisfied that the testing they have undertaken shows there is no issue at supplier level or no further complaint has been received by the bottler. The UK agent (Vinexus) for the supplier also assured that no other complaints of bottles breakages were reported in other Member States. The results taken by The Wine Society also shows that the bottle wouldn't explode spontaneously. The Wine Society has also advised us that new orders placed by them will be filled into heavier bottles similar to the ones used in champagne, which is around 900g and able to withstand minimum of 20 bar pressure. In terms of the Recall Notice issued in the UK, this will still remain as this was issued on a precautionary measure by the UK business in order to make their customers aware of the issue.
Hazards
Substance / Hazard Category Analytical result Units Sampling date
risk of breakage packaging defective / incorrect
Countries/organisations concerned (D = distribution, O = origin)
Australia (D) Bermuda (D) Czech Republic (D) Italy (O) Poland (D) United Kingdom (D) United States (D)