SFA recalls Huy Fong sriracha sauce over fears of exploding bottles

Singapore Food Agency has directed the importer “Huy Fong Sriracha Hot Chilli Sauce” to recall the products due to fears of exploding bottles. 

Due to lactic acid build up, certain bottles could bloat and continue to ferment. This build-up of pressure in the bottles may cause them to explode upon opening.

Huy Fong sriracha hot chilli sauce.  Photo courtesy: Wiki
Huy Fong sriracha hot chilli sauce. Photo courtesy: Wiki

The affected batch of products carry a "Best Before" date of March 2021, in 17oz and 28oz bottles. They orginate from the United States of America.

The implicated product is imported into Singapore by TC Import & Export Pte Ltd. 

The recall is ongoing and consumers who have purchased the affected product may contact their point of purchase for enquiries, and for a refund or exchange of product.

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