Ark Land Brand Bottled Water Faces a Bottleneck

by Savitha C Muppala on  March 17, 2007 at 11:05 AM General Health News
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Ottawa — Ark Land brand naturally carbonated mineral water, feared to contain arsenic has been recalled by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
Ark Land Brand Bottled Water Faces a Bottleneck
Ark Land Brand Bottled Water Faces a Bottleneck

This brand of mineral water is packaged as 330-milliliter (ml) (11.6-ounce) bottles carrying a Universal Product Code (UPC) 7 85000 12033 9, and as 550-ml (18.6-ounce) bottles with UPC 7 85000 12050 6; both the products portray a 'best before' date of 09/05/07.

Armenia-based Arzni Source exported this bottled mineral water, likely to have been distributed across Canada. Fortunately, there are no reports of any illnesses due to the consumption of the contaminated mineral water.

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