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Aden - Yasmine El Tohamy - Food authority said that lactic acid built up inside bottles caused them to bloat.
Popular Sriracha hot chilli sauce has been recalled from supermarkets across Australia over fears they could explode when opened.
The warning came from NSW Food Authority which pointed out that the popular chilli sauce bottles should not be opened if found to be bloated. They should be instead returned immediately for a full refund, reported Daily Mail.
The food authority said that lactic acid built up inside bottles caused them to bloat and the sauce to keep fermenting. When such bottles are opened they could explode and splatter the red hot chilli sauce all over the person and property.
In particular, Sriracha hot chilli sauce 17oz (0.5 litres) and 28oz (0.83 litres), sold in a plastic bottle, with a best before date of March 2021, were recalled. Bottles bought from Coles, Woolwoths and IGA, and independent supermarkets, along with Asia food shops, were included in the recall.
Sriracha originates from Thailand and is one of the most popular hot sauces in the world.
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