Is the water we are drinking contaminated? Uh-oh… what is going on?
We have found out that the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA) has recalled the Guang Li Liang bottled drinking water which is produced in Malaysia as it has been found to contain a common environmental bacteria!
According to AVA, pseudomonas aeruginosa, the common environmental bacteria which was found in Guang Li Liang’s bottled drinking water is usually found in faeces. soil, water and sewage. Yikes, definitely sounds pretty dangerous and disgusting too!
What’s even more scary is the common environmental bacteria can multiply in water environment. Even organic materials which are in contact with water make a good spot for this bacteria to grow.
Bottled waters with batch number 18228 of Guang Li Liang bottled water with expiry dates of Aug 4, Aug 26 and Aug 29, 2020 were the ones affected in this recall. Check the batch number and expiry date on the bottle!
The product was imported from Malaysia by BSY Power of Light Trading. AVA has directed BSY to recall the implicated product.
If you had consumed products contaminated with this bacteria, there are chances it could lead to infections!
Although it rarely leads to serious illness in healthy individuals you should still hurry to the clinic and get yourself examined! Better be safe than sorry.
So, don’t even think of drinking the water from these implicated batches!
If you had consumed bottled water under this brand, then you should definitely head over to the nearest clinic and do a thorough medical check-up.
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